31373Re: Possible bug concerning non-english keyboards
- Mar 4, 2003Llu'is Batlle i Rossell wrote:
> I subscribed to this list because I found a bug that hasn't been solved in theWhat system are you on? Any patches included? Running in a terminal or
> recent vim versions.
> I'm currently using
> VIM - Vi IMproved 6.1 (2002 Mar 24, compiled Jun 6 2002 23:38:35)
using a GUI?
> The bug may be fixed in the newer versions, but since it wasn't solved sinceSounds strange. Are you using some input method perhaps? Mappings that
> 5.x (afaik), I'll explain it.
> It's about putting accents (I'm not a good English writter...) over vowels.
> For example, à, é, è, or so... ok? (the mail is written using iso-8859-1).
> The problem is:
> When you are under INSERT MODE, imagine you type a vowel with an
> accent over it (i.e. "Catalí"). After writting it (without leaving the
> INSERT), you have the cursor next to the "í" char, to its right. Then,
> you type "BACKSPACE" to remove the missed "í", and the "í" is erased,
> and then the cursor is where the "í" was. If you type again the
> 'accent key' (` or '), then 'vim' behaves as if you had pressed a
interfere? Do you have 'digraph' set?
Anyway, I cannot reproduce this problem.
> It may have an explanation not concerning 'vim',Try using a simple application like "cat".
> but the console, or the keyboard
> handler... but I've only noticed it under 'vim'.
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