Diacritics in Suse 9.1/KDE 3.2
j.reitsma at hccnet.nl
Sun Aug 8 10:26:48 BST 2004
James Richard Tyrer wrote:
> Jogchum Reitsma wrote:
>> I don't know if this a KDE-related problem, or a Suse-only issue, but
>> I give it a try here.
>> Formerly I used to enter diacritics (û, â) etc. simply by typing the
>> accent (^ in this example) first, en then the character that had to
>> be accented (e.g. u, a). Chosing the US-kb with international symbols
>> was sufficient for that. There was an applet in the taskbar which
>> made it possible to switch on the fly between US and UK keyboards.
>> It isn't there anymore, and inserting diacritics has become quite
>> Anyone with that experience? More important, how can it be solved?
>> By the way, I'm new to this list, so maybe it's an old and olready
>> answered question - my apologies in that case.
> Do you still have the: "Keyboard Layout" KCM in the Control Center?
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Found it! I had sought in 'Devices->Keyboard', but I had to go to
'Region and accessability', and there it was, and it works. I've got my
applet back, too.
Thanks for your help!
kind greetings, Jogchum Reitsma
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