Debian seems to have forked cdrtools

Nigel Henry cave.dnb at tiscali.fr
Wed Sep 6 16:20:48 UTC 2006


On Wednesday 06 September 2006 17:24, Gene Heskett wrote:
> On Wednesday 06 September 2006 11:13, Tony Nelson wrote:
> >At 9:07 AM -0400 9/6/06, Gene Heskett wrote:
> >  ...
> >
> >>Now, if someone could tell me how to coax my US keyboard into properly
> >>spelling your name with the ommlauts over the o, I'd love it, ditto for
> >>the beta and copyright signs.  I could do that with my old amiga
> >> keyboard. Hint hint...
> >
> >System -> Preferences -> Keyboard -> Layout Options -> Compose Key
> >Position.  Choose the key you want, or note the current selection.
> >Close dialog.  Type <key>-" (<key>-shift-', a dead key if it works)
> >and then type "o".  In general, the dead key to use is punctuation
> >that "looks like" the desired accent mark.
>
> Mmm, with my now ancient kde, the choices are us and international, so I
> just set it to international, so Jorg is still Jorg, anything else opens
> up a requestor menu as kde is intercepting them.

Hi Gene. Try Alt-Gr+Shift+Colon.  This is with the US intl on KDE, FC2. It's a 
dead key, so you'll need to add the vowel you want to add the umlaut to.

Nigel.
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