Only in OpenOffice.org-2.4, I'm having es_ES deadkey problems.

Nikola Lečić nikola.lecic at anthesphoria.net
Sat Nov 29 07:49:46 PST 2008


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On Sat, 29 Nov 2008 09:24:03 -0600
eculp <eculp at encontacto.net> wrote:

> Nikola, you gave me a least common denominator idea.  The the  
> computers, keyboards, versions of OpenOffice are all different, but  
> they are all running KDE.  On my laptop, I have gnome installed and
> I keep it up to date although I don't use it.  I switched to gnome
> and the same OpenOffice works perfectly.

If this is so, then SKIM settings are what confuse OpenOffice.org. You
can do two things:

  * please try to experiment with XMODIFIERS value in your ~/.xinitrc as
    I proposed in my previous post;

  * try not to use SKIM at all; SCIM's GTK2-based panel should work
    within KDE just fine.

- -- 
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