Description of problem:
The [te_IN] inscript key map had no key stroke for ZeroWidthJoiner(ZWJ) in its
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Steps to Reproduce:
1.open Gedit,maintaing SCIM in RAWCODE
2.And give the key sequences 0c21+0c4d+0c38+0c4d డ్స్
3.By using ZWJ we can get 0c21+0c4d+0c38+0c4d+200d(డ్స్)
In Telugu in-script key map we have an empty slot with the key ]. So it is
rarely used key while Telugu key map is active. We can map that key for ZWJ(200d).
Latest package version in rawhide is m17n-contrib-telugu-1.1.7-5.fc10.noarch
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This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 10 development cycle.
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