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Re: Dead circumflex?


From: B. T. Raven
Subject: Re: Dead circumflex?
Date: Sun, 02 Aug 2009 06:43:49 -0500
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Merciadri Luca wrote:
On Aug 2, 11:35 am, Merciadri Luca <address@hidden>
wrote:
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Hello,
When typesetting French documents, I have to use ``^'' accents.
However, pressing ``^'' is not recognized by Gnus, as it says
``<dead-circumflex> is undefined.'' It works through emacs, but not
with Gnus. Do I have to associate ``^'' with the circumflex accent,
i.e. in .emacs file? If so, how?

Thanks.

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Merciadri Luca
Seehttp://www.student.montefiore.ulg.ac.be/~merciadri/
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Read ``it does **not** work through emacs'' rather than ``it works
through emacs'' please.


If you type C-x ret C-\ and then latin-1-postfix you will select an input method appropriate for the major western European languages. To get circumflexed vowels (â ê î ô û) type the vowel and then the caret. See minibuffer after typing vowel (or other character admitting diacritical).

Ed



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