66981Re: Weird behavior after ^ or ´
- Oct 30 4:30 AMOn 30/10/12 07:32, Jürgen Krämer wrote:
> Jürgen Krämer wrote:
>> Christian Brabandt wrote:
>>>m or , don't accept a circumflex or acute accent IIUC. OTOH, c g h j s
>>> It is for a German layout usually. But I can't reproduce it. And
>>> possibly also compiler or architecture (32/64bit) dependent.
>> yesterday, with the example given by Alex I could reproduce it on every
>> try. Today I tried to construct another example, but it worked only
>> randomly -- sometimes pressing the caret (or apostrophe or backtick) key
>> followed by one or more presses of the space bar produced the correct
>> character immediately, sometimes it was postponed until the next
>> non-space key was pressed. When it was a letter that could be combined
>> with the respective accent (like "a" or "e") this was done, in other
>> cases like "m" or "," the caret and the letter were inserted separately.
can have a circumflex in Esperanto, and IIRC w is a vowel in Welsh and
can accept accents.
>>the application ought to be able to accept characters from the keyboard,
>> I had a look at the source code in gui_w48.c and gui_w32.c, but I could
>> not determine where the dead letter key and the following key are
>> combined into one character and wether this actually has to be done by
>> the application or if it's done by Windows.
e.g. as text input, without even knowing (or caring) whether or not the
current keyboard layout includes dead keys.
>When gvim does not insert a caret after pressing the dead key then the
> additional observation: whenever the caret is not inserted after pressing
> the space bar and I use the mouse to switch to another program that allows
> input, pressing the space bar there results in the caret being inserted.
> It seems Gvim does not remove the dead letters from the input queue at the
> correct moment.
space bar, what happens if you press the space bar again? (Does the
caret appear?) Or if you press some vowel key instead? (Does it insert
an accented vowel, e.g. ê if you pressed the e key?) — Another
expreiment: if you press the space bar and some letter key in rapid
alternation, e.g. x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x , are all
letters separated from each other by one space? (Though when I tried,
using one hand for each, I noticed that my hand didn't always hit the
keyboard in strict alternation.)
>Sounds like a Windows bug in the keyboard driver to me (not properly
> A similar behavior can be seen if, e.g., in Notepad one presses the caret
> key, immediately switches to another program by using the mouse, and then
> presses the space bar: the caret is inserted in the other program, but I
> guess this is to be expected.
combining the dead-key event with the keypress event for the following
spacing key, at least in some circumstances, perhaps conditional on a
call to some "is there a key waiting?" function not used by Notepad),
but I could be wrong.
Forms follow function, and often obliterate it.
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