Re: Dead acute + c still produces ć instead of the more widely used ç
gunnarhj at ubuntu.com
Mon Aug 5 21:39:44 UTC 2019
On 2019-08-05 21:01, Colin Watson wrote:
> (That said, while I don't use dead-key layouts myself, I seem to get
> ç when I type Compose ' c even though that isn't what the Compose
> file says I should get. Not quite sure what's going on there.)
Probably Gtk is what's going on.
I think that libx11 only gets involved if you have replaced IBus with
XIM as your input method framework. But Gtk has taken over some of the
Please note, though, that what the OP asks for does not involve a
compose key. He is simply talking about pressing <dead acute> followed by c.
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