Re: some keys (e.g tilde) not working
thanks for the info. I will check my settings and try with fvwm.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Dr. Detlef Groth" <dgroth@g...> wrote:
> just to note: I am running, UNIX OSF-1 windomanager fvwm1 with an
> german keyboard and I don't have any problems with the tilde with
> I checked my personal emf-files for any translate-key setting which
> may achieve this but with no sucess. So no clue in the moment where
> the problems comes from.
> --- In email@example.com, Jon Green <jon@j...> wrote:
> > sgermer wrote:
> > > Hi Jon,
> > >
> > > thank you for your answer. I'm currently running me (dec 2002)
> > > hat 7.2 using fluxbox as window manager. Got rid of the rpm
> > > and rebuilt microemacs from the sources. When I use show-binding
> > > enter the tilde it returns "right" forward-char. Looking in
> > > $recent-keys it shows "right".
> > If you are getting "right" back ONLY then this is not good
> > and translation will be a problem unless the cursor right key
> > is producing something else.
> > You are using the dec2002 release. Can I ask you to try
> > the Jan 2004 release please. This has a new version of
> > the X-Windows key handling and I'm hoping that you will
> > get something different. You will need the source and
> > the macros.
> > Thanks for persisting with this problem.
> > Now here's what I tried to translate in
> > > keyboard.emf and user.emf: translate-key "A-C-= A-C-~" "\x7e"
> (this is
> > > what Detlef entered to get it to work under win).
> > The windows key translations are very very different
> > than UNIX so I would not expect these to look anything
> > like windows.
> > It's still not
> > > working under unix. I thought maybe there is something wrong in
> > > settings, but in other editors as xemacs and nedit it works
> > > Anyway, for now I'm using the command line version to get my
> > > done. Maybe you have another idea?
> > >
> > > Regards
> > > Stef
> > Regards
> > Jon.