On 18/12/06, Gilboa Davara <[email protected]> wrote:
On Mon, 2006-12-18 at 15:00 +0200, Dotan Cohen wrote: > I have KDE in Hebrew. Whenever I need to use a keyboard shortcut, I > must switch over to English, perform the shortcut, then switch back to > Hebrew. How can I set up KDE to recognize the shortcuts in Hebrew, > like Windows does? > > For instance, CTRL-ב should be recognized as CTRL-C for "copy". I > don't want to remap all the shortcuts in all the applications > (including non-KDE apps such as Firefox). Is this maybe an X.org > issue, and should I maybe ask there? > > Thanks in advance. > > Dotan Cohen I doubt that there's anything you can do about it. If you look at xev (X event viewer) you'll notice that Ctrl-A and Ctrl-SHIN produces different results. BTW, did you add Hebrew using directly using X.org (XkbOptions) or using the KDE language management?
Thanks for the knowlegable reply, Gilboa. I added Hebrew using the KDE language managment. How can I remap Ctrl-SHIN to Ctrl-A? I don't mind doing all 27 letters manually, if I only have to do it once. Dotan Cohen http://lyricslist.com/lyrics/artist_albums/593/aaron_lines.php http://slashedot.org