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Re[4]: <Multi_key> is undefined

From: jonetsu
Subject: Re[4]: <Multi_key> is undefined
Date: Thu, 09 Apr 2015 15:53:25 -0400

> From: Rusi <address@hidden> 
> Date: 04/08/15 23:00 
> Subject: Re: Re[2]: <Multi_key> is undefined 
> 1. Try starting emacs with unset XMODIFIERS and see if the problem goes away

I have tried:



/usr/bin/env -u XMODIFIERS emacs 

And both of them get rid of the '<Multi_key> is undefined' emacs message, but 
that's it.  The letter with the accent, as it appears at the (k)console, 
firefox, sylpheed-claws client, etc... is not shown in emacs.

> 2. Why/what do you use ibus for?

Chinese.  Well, I try, as it seems to be quite broken in Linux Mint 17.  Either 
it is broken, or the OS input method has seen some changes.  emacs does have a 
Chinese input mode these days although it is really not nice to use.  I'm used 
to ibus and emacs and have written a lot of text easily that way, on a previous 
OS (Linux Mint 14, which I still boot when I have specifically Chinese text to 
write).  Now I would like to use a more recent OS, and add actual pinyin 
notation alongside Chinese hanzi.

So, so far, no, unsetting XMODIFIERS does not work.

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