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On 2012-07-16 02:16, Mirosław Zalewski wrote:

I could not reproduce your issue. I am using Debian testing, amd64, KDE 4.8.4. 
I have installed LO 3.5.5 downloaded from LO page, run it and compose key 
(which is right-Ctrl here) is working fine.
If this is not architecture/LO version dependent (you did not provide 
information about it), then:

This is on a Intel 32-bits platform, using an up-to-date Debian
GNU/Linux testing with KDE 4.8.4 and LibreOffice 3.5.4 downloaded from
the website.

how did you map your compose key? In KDE system settings or through
dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration command?
I have set mine through dpkg-reconfigure. I did not touch any KDE settings.

I used both KDE and dpkg-reconfigure to map the compose key to Capslock
and in *all* other applications (both GTK and QT based) that works just
fine. But somehow it doesn't in LibreOffice. It does in the version
provided by aptitude, just not in the "official" version downloaded from
the website.

Thanks for trying to help.

Grx HdV

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