tobia wrote:I have my own keyboard layout that I've designed to incorporate APL symbols with my national characters.
It's a layout based on Programmer Dvorak. In case you're interested, I took my touch-typing layout of choice (Prg. Dvorak), added my national accented characters on their respective characters (Alt-a → à, etc.) and then added APL symbols on the remaining free Alt- and Shift-Alt- combinations. On Mac OS X there's a program called Ukelele that makes it quite easy to make custom keyboard layouts.
It works perfectly on all OS X apps and also on Windows apps run with Wine, such as the nagware version of Dyalog.
But I'm unable to use it with NARS2000. Nars seems to use its own Qwerty keyboard layout, completely ignoring my Pgr. Dvorak-based one. I'm lead to think the issue lies with Nars, and not with Wine, because the little textbox in the File Open or Save dialogs accepts input using my layout, whereas every other textbox in the program ignores it, including the main workspace window.
Is there some configuration that I can set to disable NARS2000's own keyboard definition and just accept Unicode characters from my IME?
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