|From:||Clint Jackson Baker <litrex1@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, January 8, 2002, 22:33|
--- Stephen Mulraney <ataltanie@...> wrote:
> On Tue, 8 Jan 2002 09:25:42 +0100
> Irina Rempt <irina@...> wrote:
8< major snippage >8
> Well if you happen to use vim, you can do control-K
> followed by an
> obvious two-character sequence to get a non-keyboard
> symbol. Eg. ^K
> followed by e " gives ë. Very nice and easy. Even
> better, the command
> :dig shows a list of all the digraphs.
> I discovered this about a month ago, and it's
> wonderfull - better than
> alt-codes, better than charselectors, and much
> better than the directory
> full of files kludge, which I used to use too!
> ¡Nöwåðays Í can týpe thêm
Now, of course, I can't do that on "my" computer
(actually the computer in whatever campus lab I happen
to be in at the time). I love the way your sample
sentence looks, though! Very cute.
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