From: Michael \(michka\) Kaplan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Apr 26 2004 - 15:34:58 EDT
From: "Philippe Verdy" <email@example.com>
> From: "Shawn Steele" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > >> A keyboard can generate a single or combined character in few
> > For the keyboard you can use MSKLC
> http://www.microsoft.com/globaldev/tools/msklc.mspx even with the
> multiple code point characters that you need.
> Yes it works for the final generated sequences, but MSKLC won't work with
> multiple dead keys, as MSKLC only supports combinations like:
> <dead key> + <base code point> ==> <unicode string>
> So to allow entering I + curcumblex + acute, one would need to map:
> <acute dead key> + <I-circumflex code point>
> but there's no way to compose I-circumflex if it does not receives a
> keystroke assignment (without dead keys).
> There's no support in MSKLC to create mapping with 2 dead keys + one base
Actually, there is no support in the Windows DDK header file that controls
keyboard layouts (kbd.h) for this. Only one UTF-16 code point can be the end
MSKLC is very far downstream of the architecture here.
NLS Collation/Locale/Keyboard Development
Globalization Infrastructure and Font Technologies
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