Certain characters require double key press

Nicholas nicholas at njhaes.org
Tue Sep 6 19:11:15 BST 2005

On Tuesday 06 September 2005 20:02, Philip Rodrigues wrote:

> They're functioning as deadkeys (press eg single quote then a vowel to get
> an accented character).
> Fiddle with the settings in Control Center -> Regional and Accessibility ->
> Keyboard layout. You'll want a "nodeadkeys" option somewhere, I think.

Thank you Philip. I had already chosen the US layout without deadkeys. 
Removing the '-variant intl' option to setxkbmap did the job. I should have 
fiddled more earlier.
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