[kde-edu]: kde-edu Digest, Vol 37, Issue 1

Wanadoo lperdikidis at wanadoo.es
Tue Apr 18 19:17:44 CEST 2006


      i am a child doctor who likes programming,and have worked on several 
pograms.I have designed a database calculator with a friend who is a 
programmer. I have some knowledge on programming in VBasic,Python,Javascript 
and C,and alittle Java.I would like to know wher can a start to share ideas 
and projects with other people at a simpler level than this mailing list.
Thankyou for your atention
Leo Perdikidi

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>   1. KTouch - dead key bug (Andreas Nicolai)
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> Date: Sat, 8 Apr 2006 20:09:36 -0400
> From: Andreas Nicolai <Andreas.Nicolai at gmx.net>
> Subject: [kde-edu]: KTouch - dead key bug
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> Hi folks,
> I have a problem here that I can't solve by myself. I got a report that 
> KTouch
> doesn't handle dead keys properly. However, it seems to work on some 
> systems,
> and on others it doesn't (it doesn't work on mine with KDE 3.4.2). So at
> first, if you have a second, could you maybe test whether this works on 
> your
> computer and tell me which KDE version you use if it does?
> Secondly, I believe that somewhere in the Qt system there must be a way to
> tell the difference between the keypress event and the receiving of a
> completely composed key (after "adding in" the dead key). It makes sense 
> to
> me that a keypress event blindly reports any key that is pressed, and as 
> such
> also dead keys. But how can I get only the final key?
> Or, if I manually decompose dead keys and final keys, for instance I 
> notice
> that the user presses ^ and then o I need to know that the final character 
> is
> ? ... does anyone know an elegant way how to get that from ^ and o without
> adding X11 specific code?
> Finally, an important part of the functionality in KTouch is that keys to 
> be
> pressed are highlighted. So for example, when the student is required to 
> type
> a ?, should I highlight the LEFT_SHIFT, the ` and the e at the same time 
> or
> rather LEFT_SHIFT and ` and then e once I got the keypress event for ` ?
> Bye,
> Andreas
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