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Old 09-19-2005, 10:55 PM   #1
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Exclamation Ctrl+Shift Unicode input gone, after installing Japanese Input Methodes

Hi, in Fedora, you can enter Unicode Symbols, simply by holding down Ctrl+Shift and enter the Unicode number.

This does not work anymore, since i installed the japanese Conversion Input.
It consists of Im-Ja and Canna, the conversion system is working absolutely fine.

But I want my Ctrl+Shift combo back, since I enter a lot of Unicode Symbols.

Please Help, even if it only get's me to the direction of solving the problem.

Old 09-20-2005, 06:17 PM   #2
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1. Use uim/skk instead (I do)--ctrl-shift at least works with gedit (just tested), so I assume it works with everything

2. Find out what uim/skk does different from canna/Im-Ja.

hth --Jonas


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