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Re: visarga symbol in telugu inscript table

From: bru red
Subject: Re: visarga symbol in telugu inscript table
Date: Tue, 20 Dec 2022 15:52:34 +0530

16.10.2022, 16:08, "Mike FABIAN" <mfabian@redhat.com>:

bru red <itt788@yandex.com> さんはかきました:

[ ... ]

 sign. So it is not possible to input this sign
 with scim.

scim is something different.

The te-inscript2.mim of m17n-db already has what you want, see:


  ("_" "ః")
  ("-" "-")
  ("_" "ః")

Seems to be a bug that the ("_" "ః") is there twice ...

Mike FABIAN <mfabian@redhat.com>
by mistake i said scim. AFAIK i reported this problem in scim years ago, when it was the only input system for foreign scripts installed by default in my distro. One of the dev did the change. My distro has now favoured ibus, and currently the 'm17n' package is called m17n-lib, version 1.8.0. There is no file named "te-inscript2.mim", but "te-inscript.mim". In this file, i discovered a few days after reporting this problem that actually the visarga symbol is attached to V (shift+v). That is not the official disposition but for me it's totally fine. Making this change would be only for ibus to comply with the *official* map.
Actually I'm even intending to make my own maps for telugu and devanagari since the official ones has lots of issues.
Anyway, ibus daemon has plenty of issues, would you like to hear about it? I also discovered that it does not like inkscape. The input system becomes non-responsive sometimes and fire the cpu to 100%.

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