#1318 <keycap function="option"/> only gives the output ??

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2014-01-07
2013-11-05
Stefan Knorr
No

Since one of the last few DocBook versions, using e.g. <keycap function="control"/> is enough to generate a keycap with the text "Ctrl" in it.
While this function in principle does work with <keycap function="option"/> too, in this case it only gives a keycap with "??" as its label. My expectation would be that it either output the sign "⌥", the word "Option" or a combination of both. More information about this Apple-specific key.

All that is necessary to make this work, is an adaptation of the appropriate l10n files.

Discussion

  • Stefan Knorr
    Stefan Knorr
    2013-11-05

    This had been resolved before, but it wasn't available in my particular stable version. Sorry for the noise.

    PLEASE CLOSE.

     
    Last edit: Stefan Knorr 2013-11-05
  • Robert Stayton
    Robert Stayton
    2014-01-07

    • status: open --> closed