On 2012-07-16 13:34, Johnny Rosenberg wrote:
I see, so you need ßåäöÅÄÖüÜ and maybe more, and you use a US keyboard
or at least not a German or a Swedish one?
Exactly. I use a US Intl keyboard.
I don't use KDE myself and I have a Swedish keyboard (since I write
almost everything in Swedish – that explains my poor English…). I use
a lot special characters, except those Swedish ones, so I just created
my own keyboard layout (called Swedish – Johnny Rosenberg), so I can
easily type characters, such as ”… – — ℃ π ℗”, using the AltGr key
(”Right Alt key” on some keyboards), but I guess that's probably not
the easiest way out of this problem…
Not really, but it is an improvement over what I have now.
But really, it should work. I use Caps Lock for compose, just like
you, and it worked fine in LibreOffice Calc 3.3.4. I will install a
more recent version soon and try, I've just been lazy lately, or maybe
busy (I'm in the middle of my vacation right now)…
I installed 3.5.5 from the http://www.libreoffice.org/ web page and my
compose key works perfectly in both LibreOffice Writer and LibreOffice
Calc. Try to update and see what happens, maybe this is a 3.5.4 issue.
That's what I would do, anyway.
I updated my LO to the most recent version available at the moment, but
it didn't change things.
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