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Re: accents mode


From: Hrafnkell Eiriksson
Subject: Re: accents mode
Date: Sat, 9 Jun 2001 17:25:28 +0200
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Hi

Thanks for the reply and help.

On Sat, Jun 09, 2001 at 05:20:51PM +0200, Kai Großjohann wrote:
> Using Emacs 20, I suggest to use input methods.  Type C-\ and tell us
> if that works to insert accented characters.  (After C-\ you can
> choose an input method.  Latin1-prefix means that you can type "'a" to
> get á.  Latin1-postfix means that "a'" gives á.)

Typing C-\ does not allow me to choose an input method, only
changes to another input method that allows me to type
'a to get an á. This though does not solve the problem of
entering an ^ (important in math in LaTeX), I still get a beep.
Neither is this an acceptable solution to enter characters with
accents. In other modes (e.g. text-mode) I can just press
the key on the keyboard that has the dead_acute symbol followed
by a to get á. That method is *the standard* method for typing
Icelandic. Note that the ^ symbol is a "dead" symbol on the
Icelandic keyboard. It is entered by pressing the key with the
dead symbol followed by pressing space.
 
Thanks
  Hrafnkell

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