Since upgrading to 1.0a4 this morning (I also
installed the GLX libraries) shift-2 (the @ symbol)
gives me the wrong character, kind of like a right
angled character in emacs, but just gives a
sysbeep in the console. When I paste that
character back in the Aqua environment, it looks
like : Ũ
In my .xinitrc file I have:
xmodmap -e "keycode 59 = Delete BackSpace"
but I've always had that. XDarwin's prefs say it's
using the USA.keymapping, which should be fine.
Downgrading to XDarwin 1.0a3 eliminated the
problem, so it must be 1.0a4. I'm using MacOSX
10.1, with the latest updates applied, and gnome
and sawfish installed thanks to fink. Obviously
programming is tricky without the @ ;-).
I really appreciate you guys doing this work!