[XForms] input problem
maili at heisch.inka.de
Wed Aug 31 08:13:13 EDT 2005
On Wed, 31 Aug 2005 13:43:02 +0200
Jean-Marc Lasgouttes <Jean-Marc.Lasgouttes at inria.fr> wrote:
> To subscribers of the xforms list
> >>>>> "Gerald" == Gerald Emig <maili at heisch.inka.de> writes:
> Gerald> I use Suse Linux 9.1 I see this double jumping of the cursor
> Gerald> in the input object I place on a form as well as in the
> Gerald> attributes dialogue of fdesign. In a multiline input, hitting
> Gerald> return produces two new lines...
> Gerald> Observation: ^b moves left correctly, Cursor Left not.
> Did you compile by yourself, or was xforms 1.0.90 bundled by suse?
> They apply a big extra patch to xforms to support CJK
> (chinese-japanese-korean) input, it this patch is probably not
Thank you very much for the hint.
I use the Suse package, but I'll try to compile xforms myself as soon as
possible with suse 9.1 (I do not want to break my working environment
at the moment).
In the meanwhile I tried xforms under the recent suse 9.3.
First of all I had to compile the library myself because they do not
support it anymore (at least it seems so).
But with this self compiled lib all works great.
> You could try to report this bug to suse directly, or to build your
> own xforms 1.0.90 to see whether it helps.
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