From: James Cloos (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Oct 26 2010 - 15:31:05 CDT
>>>>> "AU" == Arns Udovīčė <email@example.com> writes:
AU> I use in Linux composite keys for now but "ė̄" not renders as "ǡ"
AU> (<composite>+<_>+<.>+<a>) and I have to use mouse to copy macron
AU> and put on "ė" (or <composite>+<.>+<e>).
I presume that you are using X11 and not Linux's text console. If so,
please open a rfe bug at:
requesting the addition of compose table support for the sequence "ė̄"
and its majuscule. Please include some lines of justification (eg,
the language it is for; info of that nature) in the report.
Until then, you can add these two lines to your Compose file (probably
/usr/share/X11/locale/en_US.UTF-8/Compose) to enable the specific
compose sequences you mention above:
<Multi_key> <underscore> <period> <e> : "ė̄"
<Multi_key> <underscore> <period> <E> : "Ė̄"
If you use Gnome (the defualt on, eg Ubuntu), you should note that Gnome
does not use libX11's compose tabes; it has its own implementation. You
should still open a report with use (Xorg), but also with Gnome at:
(I don't know which bugzilla product it should be under at Gnome.Org.)
AFAIU, qt uses libX11's compose support, so if you use KDE then the Xorg
bug report is probably enough.
-- James Cloos <firstname.lastname@example.org> OpenPGP: 1024D/ED7DAEA6
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