Went Back To Windows(R)...
gurus.knugum at gmail.com
Sat Jul 30 17:02:14 UTC 2011
2011/7/30 Doug <dmcgarrett at optonline.net>:
> On 07/30/2011 04:46 AM, Markus Schönhaber wrote:
>> 30.07.2011 10:15, Dotan Cohen:
>>> On Fri, Jul 29, 2011 at 18:27, Johnny Rosenberg<gurus.knugum at gmail.com>
>>>> Don't you have the ® character easily available in Windows®?
>>> Actually, he does but KDE doesn't:
>> Well, KDE doesn't support pressing Ctrl-Shift-u and entering the unicode
>> number of the desired char (which, indeed, is a shame).
>> But that doesn't mean that ® isn't easily available under KDE. I created
>> the "®" by pressing Shift-AltGr-r. Whether this works for others too may
>> depend on the kyboard layout used - Compose-O-R should work on most
>> latin-style keyboards, though.
> Yes, compose-o-r works on my pclos kde setup. (I made right ctrl key the
> compose key on my IBM model M k/b.)
I made Caps Lock the compose key, that makes Caps Lock losing its
”annoyingness” (hitting it by miSTAKE, YOU KNOW…).
I created my own keyboard layout containing the characters I think I
need and where I need them (like arrows on the arrow keys if combined
with AltGr: ←↑↓→⬄↹↔⇨), and even characters on the Enter key (↵¶),
home, end and others. If not combined with AltGr, they act normally,
like Enter, home, end and so on. ☺
And I only have numbers at one place: The ”num pad”. Therefore I moved
down most of the characters above the numbers at the first row,
!"#@%&/()=, so I no longer need Shift to type them. I also added small
numbers on the num pad: ₀₁₂₃₄₅₆₇₈₉⁰¹²³⁴⁵⁶⁷⁸⁹ and so on. Find it very
useful and it wasn't too hard to do.
Well, back to the subject, I guess…
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