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Questions tagged [input-method]

input-method is the translation of one or more keystrokes into a language character. Most languages have their own input method; some input methods are shared by several languages, and some languages have more than one input method.

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How can I add characters to an input method?

I often use the TeX input method to type Unicode characters like λ, which is quite handy. However, some of the characters I want to type are not supported like various subscripts (say ᵢ), script ...
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How to assign a certain font for each input method/language in Emacs 24?

C-x RET \ or M-x set-input-method to select the text input method; e.g. I use greek and hebrew. I must say C-\ is genius, because it brings you back to the default input which you use the most. ...
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How to input special character, such as Celsius symbol, and common greek letters?

I want to input: Celsius degree symbol Common Greek letter: Alpha, Theta, Omega
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Problem “<dead-acute> is undefined” appearing when typing Greek stress ( ' )

I started using Emacs and I wrote a text in Greek. The problem is that the stress that is used upon some letters (ό, ύ, ί, ύ) doesn't work! It is usually inserted by pressing the ; (I mean by ...
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TeX input method is fine — except for underscore

Most(?) programming languages permit to use Unicode in comments, strings and, partially, variable names. It is handy to be able to write comments like # DETERMINATION OF CONSTANTS OF INTEGRATION, ...
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How to add a key-chord escape in Evil for input in other languages?

How do I get key-chords to work with evil and alternate input-methods? I enabled Korean input by M-x set-input-method and chose korean-hangul, which I found from following the first few instructions ...
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How to use input methods in minibuffer?

I am writing some xelatex code with both English and Farsi (right to left direction) characters in it. Also I am using Emacs' input method (changing with key Ctrl + \) for changing between English and ...