Only in OpenOffice.org-2.4, I'm having es_ES deadkey problems.
eculp at encontacto.net
Sat Nov 29 06:37:59 PST 2008
Quoting Nikola Lečić <nikola.lecic at anthesphoria.net>:
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> eculp <eculp at encontacto.net> wrote:
>> I didn't even realize that there were multiple input methods from a
>> laptop keyboard. Smart Common Input Method, I doubt because it
>> doesn't seem to be very smart.
>> Openoffice is the only program that has any problems. Skype, pidgen,
>> term windows, Konsole, even gimp work perfectly.
> So you use some Spanish keyboard with one of the SCIM IMEngines? If
> this is so, then you probably have something like this in your
I had neither in my environment so I added them and there was a
change. The dead keys printed correctly but weren't dead. The same
with xim. I am seeing this on different laptops and one multiple
desktop keyboards. They are all runing KDE and the desktops are
running FreeBSD 7.1-PRERELEASE and the laptop uptodate Current.
> Please try GTK_IM_MODULE=xim. Switching among keyboards will be a bit
> harder (SCIM keyboard icon and the actual keyboard will sometimes be
> desynchronised when you change focus among windows), but this used to
> solve OpenOffice.org deadkeys problem for me in the past.
> If this doesn't help, you can try textproc/scim-bridge with
> Although I must add that the problem mainly disappeared when I switched
> to openoffice.org-3-devel (currently running 3.1.20081024).
I'm going to give it a try because we have been using openoffice since
1.x without problems and without having to learn about SCIM ;)
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