Commit 4ed1bce5 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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Update information about non-support of Windows input methods.

parent 255b957c
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An inactive cursor remains in an active window after the Windows
Manager driven switch of the focus, until a key is pressed.
Windows input methods are not recognized by Emacs. Some
Windows input methods are not recognized by Emacs. However, some
of these input methods cause the keyboard to send characters encoded
in the appropriate coding system (e.g., ISO 8859-1 for Latin-1
characters, ISO 8859-8 for Hebrew characters, etc.). To make this
work, set the keyboard coding system to the appropriate value after
you activate the Windows input method. For example, if you activate
the Hebrew input method, type "C-x RET k iso-8859-8 RET". (Emacs
ought to recognize the Windows language-change event and set up the
appropriate keyboard encoding automatically, but it doesn't do that
yet.)
characters, ISO 8859-8 for Hebrew characters, etc.). To make these
input methods work with Emacs, set the keyboard coding system to the
appropriate value after you activate the Windows input method. For
example, if you activate the Hebrew input method, type this:
C-x RET k hebrew-iso-8bit RET
(Emacs ought to recognize the Windows language-change event and set up
the appropriate keyboard encoding automatically, but it doesn't do
that yet.) In addition, to use these Windows input methods, you
should set your "Language for non-Unicode programs" (on Windows XP,
this is on the Advanced tab of Regional Settings) to the language of
the input method.
To bind keys that produce non-ASCII characters with modifiers, you
must specify raw byte codes. For instance, if you want to bind
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