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Re: Keybindings in non-Latin layout

From: Andrey Paramonov
Subject: Re: Keybindings in non-Latin layout
Date: Mon, 4 May 2009 05:27:36 +0000 (UTC)
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Jason Rumney <jasonr <at> gnu.org> writes:
> Andrey Paramonov wrote:
> > 1) Do we want to keep the ability to assign keybindings to something
> > like C-Ц? I don't think it's reasonable.
> >   
> It is reasonable for keys where there is no conflict between an ASCII 
> meaning of the key and the meaning in some other key map (some Latin 
> languages have keyboards where non-ASCII characters are on keys that are 
> not assigned any ASCII character).

Do people use input methods on such keyboards? If they do, the
backward conversion table should just not provide entries for
those Latin non-ASCII characters. If they don't, the backward
conversion table would not be applied at all, so no problem

I think the Mozilla way is not directly applicable if want to
allow such keybindings.


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