Issue with inserting '@' at the command prompt.
Fri Aug 19 15:33:00 GMT 2011
On Aug 19 17:15, Samuel Thibault wrote:
> Corinna Vinschen, le Fri 19 Aug 2011 17:08:41 +0200, a Ã©crit :
> > Yes, just like the german one. However, to the best of my knowledge
> > there's no printable unicode char which requires to press left-alt on
> > any such keyboard layout.
> Yes, but there are shortcuts which use left-alt.
> > That's exactly what the AltGr == right-alt key is for, isn't it?
> For glyphs, yes.
> For instance, alt-e would open an edition menu, while altgr-e prints the
> euro symbol.
Sure, but for the shortcuts, the keyboard doesn't generate a valid
unicode. I think we're in violent agreement, just using different
expressions for it.
> > Uh, ok, I see. If you press AltGr on a keyboard layout which does not
> > distinguish Alt and AltGr, (english, for instance), the AltGr key only
> > emits a RIGHT_ALT_PRESSED control code.
> > On a keyboard layout which does
> > distinguish them, the AltGr key emits LEFT_CTRL_PRESSED | RIGHT_ALT_PRESSED.
> Ah. *that* is the part that I was missing :) I had assumed that
> RIGHT_ALT meant altgr. So we'll indeed simply simulate control as well,
> and it should work correctly.
Glad I could help,
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