/usr/share/x11/xkb/symbols/fi: AltGr problem
tjk at tksoft.com
Thu Aug 30 06:09:02 UTC 2012
Have you tried changing the IM to XIM?
Couple of things to try:
1. first kill firefox, then:
2. Go to settings and change input method to XIM.
(not on Ubuntu right now, but it's under settings and keyboard/input
method. The default is usually D-BUS or something.)
Relogin and start firefox.
On Wed, 2012-08-29 at 21:50 +0300, Martin-Éric Racine wrote:
> 2012/8/21 Troy Korjuslommi <tjk at tksoft.com>:
> > I would focus on the input method handling in gnome.
> > If you set xim as IM in gnome, things work.
> > Therefore, the logical starting point for debugging is the default IM
> > gnome uses.
> > I didn't make it clear, but the bugs I filed a couple of years back were
> > gnome bugs. I am not in front of the right machine right now, but as I
> > recall the effort didn't produce any results. It might even be that I
> > never got replies other than "this is not the right place to file a bug.
> > Please file at XXX," and at XXX I was told to file at YYY. I might be
> > mistaken, since it's a while back, but I do remember feeling frustrated
> > at the process.
> I just verified and the compose sequence indeed works as expected in
> an xterm within a gnome-shell session.
> However, it fails to work in Firefox, gedit, gnome-terminal,
> LibreOffice and Pidgin — all of which are based on some GTK variant.
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