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Re: Using ``^'' in Gnus

From: Frédéric Perrin
Subject: Re: Using ``^'' in Gnus
Date: Sun, 02 Aug 2009 14:44:42 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.1 (gnu/linux)

Le samedi 1 à 13:30, Merciadri Luca a écrit :
> For French-speaking persons, I have to use ``^'' accents when writing
> in French my mails through Gnus. 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 .gnus file? If so, how?

I have no issues with using the circumflex accent. It is actually
handled by X itself, and my emacs doesn't see it (C-h k ^ will just sit
there while waiting for the next char). Are you able to use this accent
in other applications? What keymap are you using? I use fr-latin9. The
fact that emacs, but not gnus allow you to use ^ as a composing
character is rather strange. Is your emacs set up to treat composing
chars specially?


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