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On 04/18/2012 12:19 PM, Johnny Rosenberg wrote:
Den 18 april 2012 02:12 skrev Thomas Taylor<>:
On Tue, 17 Apr 2012 10:48:22 +0100
Séamas Ó Brógáin<>  wrote:


Using the compose key, the default settings are:

    dash (em rule)      ---
    en rule:            --.

How do you do that if your system (openSuSE 12.1) only allows two (2) key

Thanks, Tom
I have had OpenSUSE some years back (I think it was 11.3 or
something), but unfortunately I didn't test this…
However, this page doesn't say anything about that the compose key
behaviour is depending on your GNU/Linux-distribution, so I thought
this was true for all of them.
Maybe it's a Gnome thing and you have the KDE version of OpenSUSE?
Well, I don't think so, but I use Gnome only, so I don't know.

Best regards

Johnny Rosenberg

Using PCLinuxOS with KDE and the 3-key thing works fine here.
If you're testing it, you may need to go to a program that uses
a variable width font, like Times-Roman.  (I tired it in LO.)


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