Re: Switching XIM on and off
- On Thu, Mar 08, 2001 at 12:54:37PM +0100, Bram Moolenaar wrote:
> Let's use an example: You are inserting Korean characters, thus XIM is set toYes. You are right.
> your language mode. Then you hit <Esc> and you want to type some Normal mode
> command, like "j". Currently, the user has to first switch the XIM mode to
> English, right? That is an extra action the user has to do.
But... Many programmers are also feel that this is stupid.
And there is a hack. If a user types <ESC>, XIM changes mode to English
(It makes emacs users unhappy and make patchs that make this behavior
As I know, Windows Input Method does not support it because Windows is not
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- Sung-Hyun Nam wrote:
> So, you will apply my patch (at least edit.c patch), right? :)Yes, I will now include the switching of XIM on/off. I'll do that for Insert
> And then, gvim user has a benefit than terminal-version.
mode, entering a search pattern and for the argument of commands like "r" and
"f". Please check in the next version that this works well.
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