From: Michael \(michka\) Kaplan (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Nov 15 2003 - 13:43:39 EST
From: "Patrick Andries" <Patrick.Andries@xcential.com>
> I would like to input arbitrary hexadecimal Unicode values in an
application (XMetal) which does
> not seem to use the RichEdit control.
See my other post for the answer to this question.
> Unfortunately, I don't seem to be able to key in a large decimal value
(outside of win 1252) using
> the ALT+0xxx convention in XMetal (I'm on a US Windows XP). Is this normal
No idea about this one, though.
> Is it possible - I suspect not - to use the Keyboard Layout Creator to
specify a similar behaviour
> to the RichEdit control or the standard ALT+<decimal number>? Something
> number> would correspond the Unicode character associated to that hex
value. Would be useful,
> I think.
Its not possible with MSKLC, sorry. Though one could create a keyboard
layout through the Windows DDK that does all kinds of intelligent processing
that you provide the code for. I've never known anyone to do it in a
production system (and I have done it myself only once just to prove it
would work), but it would in theory be possible....
NLS Collation/Locale/Keyboard Development
Globalization Infrastructure and Font Technologies
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