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User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; Konqueror/3.1; Linux)
Description of problem:
AltGr+1 and AltGr+3 is broken (only in console) in Brazilian ABNT2 keyboard. AltGr+2 works
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Press AltGr+1 or AltGr+3
Actual Results: Commands returns squares
Expected Results: AltGr+1 must return "Â¹"
AltGr+3 must return "Â³"
AltGr+2 is Ok (returns "Â²")
What does this have to do with XFree86 exactly? I miss that part...
Reassigning to kbd, not an XFree86 problem.
According XFree86 XKB developers, problem can be the console font used.
our console font has space for only a limited amount of characters. we
have to compromise and choose the unicode font with the most amount of
coverage. the workaround is to change the console font in
/etc/sysconfig or to use a GUI if you need a wider font range than
what the text console can provide.