patch for Kate and Indic languages
jens at kdewebdev.org
Sun May 21 10:18:30 BST 2006
On Sunday 21 May 2006 04:40, Thiago Macieira wrote:
> Jens Herden wrote:
> >we have a big problem with Kate and Khmer because of the non constant
> >character width. This problem must affect many other Indic languages as
> > well!
> >The text renderer in Kate just adds the character width one by one to
> >calculate the position of the cursor. This breaks very bad for Khmer
> > because two character together can have a different width as the sum of
> > the width of the two character. That means when I type Khmer the cursor
> > is not where the character will appear and navigation is almost
> > impossible.
> Isn't there a mode of Khmer for "fixed-width displays"? How does it work
> in Konsole?
There is no such thing as fixed-width in Khmer script. There is special code
in QT to support this unusual script. In Konsole it works nice. In a real
text console Khmer is not usable at all.
> >I made a patch to fix this and I want to have this in KDE 3.5.3, if
> > possible. Can please someone look at it?
> I can't review it, but the deadline to commit it in time for KDE 3.5.2 is
Yes I know I was hoping that someone can have a look before.
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