Ethiopian installation instructions
bernie at codewiz.org
Thu Sep 13 20:43:06 EDT 2007
On 09/13/2007 07:35 PM, Sergey Udaltsov wrote:
>> Oh... yes... for the us layout, I think you need to say
>> "us(olpc2)" because otherwise you get the plain
>> multiply/divide mapping by default (switching is still
>> available through alt, I think).
> I think we were going to have a rule: if layout is 'us' and model
> 'olpc', it should use symbols 'us(olpc)'. Am I wrong?
Yes, you're right. And, in fact, we do have it.
But the "us" layout also has an alternative "olpc2" layout
that makes the multiply/divide key act as a mode switch
by default (and moves the old symbols to alt-qualified).
The default is good for using the "us" layout alone.
If you use us as part of a multi layout set, then you
may prefer to use the "olpc2" layout for consistency.
That's the way I understood the issue. Does it sound
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