On Thu, Jan 03, 2002 at 10:54:29AM +0000, Declan Moriarty mentioned:
> How many of you can write a 'euro' in X? I havew it in a console, but X is
> proving awkward. Where do you get it??
That's a mad big sig there declan...
Anyway. You need to use an iso-8859-15 font, in your application. It's
the one with euro support.
Next, you have to set it up...something like;
xmodmap -e 'keycode 26 = e E currency'
xmodmap -e 'keycode 54 = c C cent'
should set it up so that pressing Alt-GR and E will give euro, and Alt-GR
and C will give a cent symbol...you should be able to run these from the
~/.xsession script, which is run when you log in.
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