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Re: Problems with Multi_Key

From: Jan Djärv
Subject: Re: Problems with Multi_Key
Date: Tue, 04 May 2010 20:56:18 +0200
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2010-05-04 13:21, Štěpán Němec skrev:
Werner LEMBERG<address@hidden>  writes:

[GNU Emacs (i686-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 2.20.0) of
  2010-04-08 on linux-nvf0]

Of all applications I know on my computer, emacs is the only one which
doesn't accept multi-key compositions.  Calling `emacs -Q' and
pressing the composite key (which I've mapped to the `Windows menu'
key), I get

   <Multi_key>  is undefined

and the composition isn't performed.  This behaviour wasn't present in
previous versions of Emacs (about a half year earlier, I estimate).
Note, however, that I'm now using Xorg 1.8.0 (from openSuSE factory),
together with fairly recent versions of all other Xorg modules, so the
problem might be elsewhere.

Is this a known problem?

Yeah, this is very annoying, I have the same problem. I don't think it
has much to do with a specific or especially recent Xorg version -- I
observe this both on Ubuntu 8.04 and current Debian unstable.

FWIW, it works fine for me with Ubuntu 10.04. A lot of other stuff isn't working fine on 10.04, but this isn't one of them :-). But this is X.Org version 1.7.6.

        Jan D.

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