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 would one configure emacs to interpret holding the space bar plus a rapid CPU temperature rise as holding down the Control key?

I'm surprised this question hasn't been asked here already. Is such configuration possible in emacs?
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How can i make Emacs use the System input method and Language?

Problem : I am using Emacs for general text typing and editing outside my Programming. This requires me to type in local languages of India ( specifically Hindi, Malayalam and Tamil ). I am on ...
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Where can I see the character mapping of an input method?

Because of some difficulties in getting Emacs interact correctly with the fcitx input framework on my Ubuntu, I have to use built-in input methods in Emacs. However, I haven't been able to find a way ...
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How to make Emacs not intercept Command-Ctrl-Space, used for Special Characters on macOS?

On macOS the CommandCtrlSpace shortcut opens an Emoji picker which can be expanded into a Special Characters picker. But when I type this shortcut on Emacs in order to input a character, instead of ...
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Can't switch input sources in the minibuffer during Isearch

Incremental search doesn't allow me to switch between different input sources, e.g. US English to French, when I'm typing my search string into the minibuffer. Is there a way to fix this? It happens ...
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Some ligatures of the 'Devanagari Script' are not displayed correctly

I want to enter the following line in Devanagari script. In Emacs, I set the input mode to "Devanagari Inscript" and typed it in. And this is what is displayed: The font in the above example is Noto ...
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Dead keys not working in Emacs-Lisp mode *only*

I've been having a really annoying bug when editing elisp files recently: dead keys do not work, but only when I am in Emacs-Lisp mode. If I type a key that is configured as a dead key (say, '), I get ...
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How to embed Ibus preedit text into Emacs?

I'd like to ask is it possible to totally embed Ibus preedit text into the Emacs windows? In my Ibus Preferences, I did tick the option "Embed preedit text in application window", however, ...
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keyboard macro with input-method inserts characters twice

When I define keyboard macro with some input method enabled (lets say, english-dvorak), self-insert commands are repeated twice. For example, if I define macro like this: F3insert chars asdfF4 and ...
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Specify the input method for a file

Using Doom Emacs 2.0.9 on Emacs 26.3 on Manjaro. I am writing some devanagari text in a file. Every time I edit the file, I need to toggle-input-method and select 'devanagari'. Is there a way to ...
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ibus-libpinyin input not working in fullscreen emacs

I'm using GTK emacs 26.3 on GNOME 3.34 using X. When emacs is fullscreen, ibus-libpinyin is unable to render the pinyin suggestions. Input seems to still be working (i.e when I press a number a ...
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Org-capture prompt input method

Can I make it so that an org-capture prompt "%^{greek}" automatically switches the minibuffer input method to Greek?
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Bolnagri (Devanagiri/Hindi) Input method

There is a particular input method for Hindi language (or Devanagiri script), known as Bolnagri. It is very convenient to type using this method and it comes by default on Ubuntu. However, in Emacs, ...
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Ubuntu Emacs Meta Key problem related to keys

I'm using emacs 24.5.1 on ubuntu 16.04 on a Vaio x64 pc. earlier I ran the emacs tutorial and got through it completely no problem. Then I started playing with the "replace-string" command and now my ...
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How do I edit text in Cyrillic / Russian on OpenBSD?

I'm trying to make it possible to easily edit text in Cyrillic / Russian on a remote OpenBSD 5.2 amd64. I'm using emacs-21.4p18-no_x11, which doesn't show any Cyrillic characters whatsoever when I ...
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Read string at current cursor position instead of in minibuffer

I am trying to simplify user input of Pod formatting sequences in cperl-mode. For example, if you type C<hello>, C<> is a Pod formatting sequence for entering code, similar to the use of ...
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dvorak and korean language input in emacs

i recently switched from qwerty to dvorak. i also need to type in korean, and i use nabi to input korean everywhere outside of emacs. thankfully, nabi has support for dvorak. unfortunately it doesn't ...
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swiper do not change input method

Every time I search for something with swiper, it switches input method to the default one. Is there a way to preserve selected input method for swiper-isearch?
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Tamil input not working in emacs after version 25

I have been using emacs for almost 7 years now. Started with emacs 23. I have used to read and write tamil language text inside emacs with both scim-input and ibus under gnome without any additional ...
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How to terminate ambiguous multi-key input in input-method?

(I’ve titled this question as I have because I imagine the answer would apply to any input method that has multikey character inputs, such as rfc1345, not just ipa-x-sampa). If it turns out this is ...
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How to input Chinese on CentOS7 using system input method?

I would like to be able to type in Chinese. I've tried to set it as system input Chinese (Intelligent Pinyin) without success. I am running Emacs on CentOS7. I can input Chinese on anywhere except ...
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TeX input mode and subscript

I'm a bit lost on what I can use the TeX input mode for. What I'd like to achieve is a mathematical notation like ∑ᵢ₌₁ᴺ ∑ⱼ₌₁ᴹ in pure UTF text and it seems to mostly work, i.e. \sum _ i _ = _ 1 works, ...