On Thu, 25 Jan 2018 09:00:46 +1300
Steve Edmonds <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On 25/01/18 08:16, Johnny Rosenberg wrote:
My operating system is Manjaro stable (XFCE), but I saw the same
behaviour with Ubuntu.
Is there a special reason why LibreOffice don't just obey to the
operating system's settings? Can I do something about it? Is it
worth writing a bug report?
Do you think that could be because LO treats keycode 100 and keycode
56 (the 2 Alt keys on my board) as the same key.
I don't know what version of LO or OS you are using but that certainly
isn't how my system works, nor is mine the same as the OP. LO appears to
work the same way as my terminal or gedit does. The left Alt and right
AltGr have very different behaviours. Only AltGr acts as a composition
key but it doesn't composite with arrow keys or the return key like the
OPs system. I don't know the reasons for any of these variations.
I have openSuse 42.3 with an LXDE desktop and LO 184.108.40.206 from the
openSuse standard repositories.
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