On Mon, 28 Apr 2003 23:26:16 +0200,
Adam Duck <duck(a)informatik.uni-frankfurt.de> said:
Do you get C-o in a tty at all? I only ask because I was struggling
a long time with canna/kinput2, as it reserves this key for itself.
I can't use C-o in a tty at all. XEmacs doesn't notice the key press.
Actually I didn't compile Canna into XEmacs, and I'm always use SKK
for Japanese input method.
./configure '--with-mule' '--with-widgets=athena' '--with-xfs'
'--without-canna' '--without-wnn6' '--without-wnn'
Also I wondered why (skk-kakutei) is sticked on an enter key in a tty,
and I just noticed that XEmacs in a tty doesn't distinguish C-j and
C-m at all. Both key is shown as 'LFD' by (describe-key). An enter
key is also parsed as 'LFD'. It is quite troublesome.
On a X window frame there are no such problems.
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