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  1. #1

    Annoying KDE behevior

    Im using Fedora 4, KDE 3.5. Today I noticed this strange behavior:
    Each time press the the or characters (single quote and double quote) on my keyboard nothing happens, and only the second time I press the button, the character is printed. When I press one of these characters and then a different character I get all sorts of strange characters:
    ś ŕ ź ....
    This happens on all KDE applications including virtual terminals.

    I did play around a bit with the keybord layout setting in order to add support for Hebrew, but even when I changed it all back, the annoying behavior remanded.

    Any ideas of how to fix this?

  2. #2
    Some time ago had same problem with GNOME. But then this problem disappeared. Strange.

  3. #3
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    Join Date
    Mar 2005
    That's not single quotes and double quotes - nothing happens because you first have to press the key and then a letter to place those signs above the letters, so you can make letters like (accents?) and so on.

    There should be a button for single and double quotes on the keyboard - I dunno what keyboard you have, but on my norwegian qwerty I have to press shift-2 for double and tge key left for return and above right shift for single quotes.

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