Hi, ... [...] ... [...] ... Done. Works! THANKS!!!! :-) ... What ever this means, albeit I m a programmer myself I m absolutely not into Apple-Coding (yet). So
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, Aug 23, 2008
On 23 Aug., 15:03, "björn" <bjorn.winck...@...> wrote:
> 2008/8/23 PitPalme <pitpa...@...>:
>>> Can you try older snapshots and see if any of them work?
>> The newest I could find to work was snaphot-0712B, 0801A didn't show
>> me any characters I typed, so I don't know if it might have worked
>> too. snapshot-20 already didn't allow me to enter any accent
>> character ...
>> Why the hell I didn't notice this behavior earlier? I know for sure I
>> haven't skipped 20-33, I'm pretty sure I had at least a few of these
>> snapshots installed. :-/
> Reading this I was also mystified, but now I figured out the solution:
> disable the ATSUI renderer.
Done. Works! THANKS!!!! :-)
> The problem is that it does not have
> support for "marked text" yet so dead characters such as "^" won't
What ever this means, albeit I'm a programmer myself I'm absolutely
not into Apple-Coding (yet). So I just take this is "ATSUI renderer
needs improvement when time has come" ;-)
Thanks you very much for this *really fast* help. I already started
thinking about if I really lived the last month or if I just dreamed
about my life during this time, because I simply couldn't remember why
I have never been stumbled upon this problem between -0701B and
-34 ... Obviously because I didn't enable ATSUI before -34, due to the
lack of "Advanced Preferences" panel ;-)
//Note to self: WORK, don't play! There are times you're simply not
"advanced" enough!!! :-)
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