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On 04/16/2012 06:24 PM, e-letter wrote:
On 16/04/2012, Séamas Ó Brógáin<>  wrote:

As Johnny pointed out, they can be entered with the compose key. If you
use them so often that even this is too cumbersome you can customise
your keyboard layout, so that (for example) compose-hyphen gets you the
en rule and shift-compose-hyphen gets you the dash (em rule). If you
want to do this I will help you (but only if you use GNU/Linux!).

Please tell me what keystrokes produce the m-dash and n-dash using
the compose key.  I don't remember seeing these in compose-key
tables.  (I do use compose to get foreign characters, money symbols,
fractions, etc.) US standard keyboard with compose added--rt-ctrl.


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