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Re: Gnome and kinput

>>>>> "SJT" == Stephen J Turnbull <> writes:

>>>>> "Viktor" == Viktor Pavlenko <> writes:
>>>>> "SJT" == Stephen J Turnbull <> writes:
>>>>> "Josh" == Josh Glover <> writes:
    Josh> the input methods seem to work, but the kanji and kana does
    Josh> not display.

    SJT> C-h a fontset should be enlightening.

    Viktor> A quick way to try different fonts and find a proper one
    Viktor> is Shift-left mouse button.

    SJT> Does that work with fontsets?  Josh's problem is that the
    SJT> default fontset doesn't contain any Mule font information; he
    SJT> needs to install the standard one (or something stupid like
    SJT> that).

Shift-left button lets you switch fonts or fontsets. The default
fontset is created on emacs startup (^h v standard-fontset-spec will
show what's in it) and you can have additional ones created by
defining Emacs.Fontset-N:... in .Xdefaults. Emacs info pages
(Fontsets, Defining Fontsets) contain the details.


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