Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 419691
The [te_IN] inscript key map had no key stroke for ZeroWidthNonJoiner(ZWNJ) in its key map.
Last modified: 2008-01-11 04:17:57 EST
Description of problem:
The inscript key map had no key stroke for ZeroWidthNonJoiner(ZWNJ) in its key map.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.open Gedit,maintaing SCIM in RAWCODE
2.And give the key sequences 0c30+0c4d+0c2B,(ర్ఫ)
3.By using ZWNJ we can get 0c30+0c4d+200c+0c2B,(ర్ఫ)
mapping this ZWNJ <200c> on empty slot of key B.
Created attachment 289884 [details]
patch for te-inscript.mim
Fixed in new release m17n-contrib-1.1.3-4.fc9
Fix can be down loadable from
Thanks, dunno if a comment can be added to explain that it is a ZWNJ,
otherwise it might be confusing for people looking at the file.
It may confuse peoples but if you open mim files in vim you can see it as <200c>
we have not followed practice of commenting like that if you check other indic
keymaps like hi-inscript.mim, kn-inscript.mim and as-phonetix.mim.
Thank you. I got expected key stroke for the charechter 0c03 in te-inscript key
correction to comment #6
200c insted of 0c03