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Re: [opensuse] Dumpkeys, euro vs en_EE.UU..UTF-8

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Subject: Re: [opensuse] Dumpkeys, euro vs en_EE.UU..UTF-8
From: Bob Williams <linux@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 01 Apr 2012 20:58:06 +0100
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En 01/04/12 20:23, Michael *Fischer escribió:
> 
> Puede cualquiera pista me en tan a cómo para utilizar *dumpkeys (o potencialmente 
> un UTF-8 sucesor consciente) en 12.1 con *en_EE.UU..UTF-8?
> 
> *Goog. No ha mostrado me mucha ayuda exceptúa que el euro es *appearently
> *U+20*ac, el cual no es incluso listado por *dumpkeys.
> 
> Complacer nota que no estoy utilizando tampoco *gnome ni *kde para dirigir mi teclado
> (*xmodmap).
> 
> Si cualquiera me puede señalar a un recurso que me dice cómo para crear mi propio
> componer combinaciones... :-)
> 
> *Thanks Anticipadamente.
> 
> Michael

encuentro [*Alt *Gr] + 4 me da el € símbolo aquí.

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On 01/04/12 20:23, Michael Fischer wrote:
> 
> Can anyone clue me in as to how to use dumpkeys (or potentially 
> a UTF-8 aware successor) on 12.1 with en_US.UTF-8?
> 
> Goog. hasn't shown me much help except that the euro is appearently
> U+20ac, which isn't even listed by dumpkeys.
> 
> Please note that I'm not using neither gnome nor kde to manage my keyboard
> (xmodmap).
> 
> If anyone can point me to a resource which tells me how to create my own
> compose combinations... :-)
> 
> Thanks in advance.
> 
> Michael

I find [Alt Gr] + 4 gives me the € symbol here.

Bob
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