Fwd: no accents with dead keys (SOLVED)
José Abílio Matos
jamatos at lyx.org
Sun Dec 13 17:49:25 UTC 2020
On Wednesday, November 11, 2020 4:11:18 PM WET jorge hernando wrote:
> Hi Jose
> I searched old e-mails and I believe I can confirm it's a bug in qt5 that
> ts triggered by un unknown mechanism. The previous fedora version I had
> (the 29) had lyx 2.3.3 and qt5.11 and it worked perfectly. When I installed
> fedora 32 the deadkeys were effectively dead. However, with featherpad (a
> qt application) I had the same problem while with nedit (non a qt appl.)
> had all the dead keys in order. I also think that not all the installations
> have the same problem because if it all had it, there probably were a
> massive outcry: almost every language, except english, has accents.
> Lastly, I have not the foggiest notion of what Input Methods are; please
> tell me if there is something I can do.
Sorry for bringing this so late.
What I meant are "keyboard input methods", they are used for languages like
Chinese or Japanese where the keyboard does not hold all the characters.
I am asking if it is a question of configuration.
In my case I use kde, calling System Settings->Hardware->Input devices-
There I can choose several items, like the keyboard type, variant (with and
without dead keys) and other more advance options.
As I have told I remember to had problems like that but it was a long time
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