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On 2012-07-16 15:09, Mirosław Zalewski wrote:

I see.

You could also try on fresh user profile. Run something like this from command 
/opt/path/to/soffice -env:UserInstallation=file:///tmp/lo/
(Please note that this is "file://" protocol and then absolute path to 
If it works, then we will at least know that this is something in your LO 
profile and not package problem.

Good suggestion. Tried it, but I am sorry to say it change things. Just
to be sure I also tried with a complete new user on the system. Same result.

What GUI (Qt, GTK, X11) did you use?

I am running KDE (thus Qt) with the GTK+ Appearance package on top of it.

On my test, I have tried pure X11 
(I didn't bother to install desktop integration packages).
You can use different GUI than default with OOO_FORCE_DESKTOP variable.

I use SAL_USE_VCLPLUGIN=gen to get the same effect.

As far as I remember, GTK uses different, hardcoded in source code Xcompose 
sequences. This can be changed by GTK_IM_MODULE environment variable. I have 
set it to "xim" to ensure that GTK apps uses the same sequences as other apps.
But if that's a case, then LO from repository should also be affected, which 
you claim is not. So perhaps it won't help, but you can give it a try anyway.

Just to be sure I did try it anyway. Alas, no show.

Thanks for the suggestions!

Grx HdV

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