[Scribus] Accents in pt_BR (iso8859-1)

Graham Monk gdmonk
Tue May 3 21:19:26 CEST 2005

On Tuesday 03 May 2005 11:47, Graham Monk wrote:
> On Monday 02 May 2005 12:02, Edson Carlos Ericksson Richter wrote:
> > I don't know if this make difference, but I could open "QT Developer"
> > and create a text field in a dialog, and type accent vowels without
> > problems.
> >
> > My install is Fedora Core 3, with all official fixes, running a ABNT2
> > (pt_BR) keyboard. My window manager is Gnome 2.8, and everything works
> > fine (except Scribus). I've downloaded sources for Scribus 1.2.1, and
> > compiled/installed in same machine I'm running now.
> >
> > I don't have koffice running here, so I can't try Kword (by now - I'll
> > download and test ASAP). But KAlarm works like a charm, and other KDE
> > apps work fine too.
> >
> > And, note that I can type accents on "Edit text" window in Scribus. The
> > only problem is when the text is going into text frame.
> > I imagine that you could argue with several points about SO, but I think
> > the problem is text frame it self, and in Scribus.
> >
> > I'll appreciate any help you could give me.
> >
> > If you need any more info (some lib version, anything you find usefull,
> > please, just ask me, and I'll be pleasant to send it to you).
> >
> > Richter
> Can the more expert on the list have a look at this link?
> http://fr.rpmfind.net/linux/RPM/fedora/devel/i386/iiimf-qt-12.1.1-15.svn250
>9.i386.html Do a find in the document for "european"
> Also google for
> leif-unit-latin-fixes-r2060.patch
> I reported this problem back in December, I had deadkeys working previously
> then it stopped at some point.
> Currently using SUSE 9.3, at least I can now use the "edit text" option.
> Thanks Edson
> Graham

I just checked Kword on my laptop and it still doesn't work!  Yet Edson's 
AS the bug report states I don't think this is a Scribus problem as such
but it is very peculiar. 


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