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Re: OT: dictionaries

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  • Charles E. Campbell, Jr.
    ... will get you started on this. Alternatively, you can try EasyAccents.vim, so that one types a (or a depending on the existence&value of the variable
    Message 1 of 4 , Nov 14, 2005
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      Walter Briscoe wrote:

      >I can add a topicality veneer by asking how does one produce accented
      >characters in vim where the glyph (wordweb meaning absent ;) is not on
      >the keyboard. é (e+acute) can be put in a windose gvim document via
      >charmap. In vim, the mapping does not work. ":help accent" is absent.
      >"word" implements CTRL+'e.
      >
      >
      :he digraph

      will get you started on this. Alternatively, you can try
      EasyAccents.vim, so that one types
      a' (or 'a depending on the existence&value of the variable
      "g:EasyAccents_VowelFirst")
      and gets an appropriately accented vowel (a' a` a: etc). EasyAccents is
      available at:
      http://vim.sourceforge.net/scripts/script.php?script_id=451

      Good luck!
      Charles Campbell
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