St�ane Bruno wrote:
Now, the problem I have is that I cannot produce the "c c�lle" on
Linux, which is the letter c with a comma-like sign underneath it,
I'm using Norwegian keyboard layout, but we also use letters with
accents (though not nearly as extensively as in French). To produce the
c�lle on my keyboard, I press 'Alt Gr'+',' then the letter 'c' or 'C',
like this: � =). 'Alt gr' is my right Alt key. The 'Alt gr'+','
combination constitutes what is known as a "dead-key", because no output
is immediately seen without subsequently pressing another regular key.
Xev tells me that 'Alt Gr' has the keysym "ISO-Level3-Shift", which
makes sense. There is also another approach using the "Compose" key,
which I think will also work if your layout does not use dead keys,
though I am not sure about this. I can produce the c�lle by also
pressing: 'Shift'+'Alt-gr', then the first part of the composition ',',
then the letter 'c' or 'C', like this: �. The 'Shift'+'Alt gr'
combination has the keysym 'Multi_Key'.
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