Unwanted Dead key in own character set

Daniel Stone daniel at fooishbar.org
Thu Aug 24 01:02:53 PDT 2006

On Wed, Aug 23, 2006 at 03:27:47PM +0200, Bernd Schoeller wrote:
> My only problem is, that the German capital U-Umlaut (Ü) seems to be  
> mapped to a dead key (called by RightAlt-U). That is, I have to press it  
> twice for it to show up. I assume that it was mapped to a dead key in the  
> layout that I inherited from (US/ASCII). All other keys work fine. How can  
> I prevent U-umlaut to be dead?
> [...]
>     key <AD07> { [         u,    U          , udiaeresis,   Udiaeresis  ]   
> };
> [...]
>     key <RALT>  { type[Group1]="TWO_LEVEL", [ ISO_Level3_Shift, Multi_key  
> ]  };

Behold, the problem.  Shift-RALT generates Multi_key (i.e. Compose),
instead of ISO_Level3_Shift.  Does RALT-Shift-U (instead of
Shift-RALT-U) work better?

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