Bug#586584: libgtk2.0-0: Some compose key sequences do not give the expected output
julien at kirya.net
Mon Jun 21 17:53:28 UTC 2010
Le lundi 21 juin 2010 à 18:42 +0200, Josselin Mouette a écrit :
> Le lundi 21 juin 2010 à 18:29 +0200, Julien Valroff a écrit :
> > > Yes, this is the point of the Cedilla input method, which is the default
> > > for French.
> > Why this default? It seems a bit strange, especially as French keyboards
> > already have a direct ç key.
> Here is a comment from the Cedilla source.
> /* The difference between this and the default input method is the handling
> * of C+acute - this method produces C WITH CEDILLA rather than C WITH ACUTE.
> * For languages that use CCedilla and not acute, this is the preferred mapping,
> * and is particularly important for pt_BR, where the us-intl keyboard is
> * used extensively.
> I think the same holds for French people using US keyboards.
You are right, but I guess the large majority of French people use
French keyboards, don't you think?
Input method should also be configurable on a per user basis (maybe in
gnome-keyboard-properties for GNOME), or system wide at least via a
Julien Valroff <julien at kirya.net>
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