[XForms] input problem
maili at heisch.inka.de
Sat Sep 3 12:20:52 EDT 2005
I compiled xforms myself and this solved the problem.
Thanks for your help.
On Wed, 31 Aug 2005 14:13:13 +0200
Gerald Emig <maili at heisch.inka.de> wrote:
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> On Wed, 31 Aug 2005 13:43:02 +0200
> Jean-Marc Lasgouttes <Jean-Marc.Lasgouttes at inria.fr> wrote:
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> > >>>>> "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
> > perfect...
> 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.
> Thank you
> > You could try to report this bug to suse directly, or to build your
> > own xforms 1.0.90 to see whether it helps.
> > JMarc
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