On 2018-02-03, Tony Mechelynck wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 11:47 PM, Gary Johnson wrote:
> > On 2018-02-02, Andrew Pennebaker wrote:
> >> I would really like convenient access to ligatures in my word processing
> >> software. Unfortunately, none of the major text editing applications
> >> appears to
> >> handle ligatures intelligently: Each of Emacs, Vim, Nano, MS Word, Google
> >> Drive, Libre Office, and InDesign type a dumb "ae" when the user presses
> >> the a
> >> and e keyboard keys, whereas historically this sequence is typically
> >> rendered
> >> with the ash ć rune.
> > :imap ae <C-K>ae
> > See
> > :help 24.9
> > Regards,
> > Gary
> No need for a mapping, it is a standard binding if yout Vim is
> compiled with +digraphs
Mine are compiled with +diagraphs, but the two-character sequence ae
is not automatically translated to ć. That only happens if I prefix
ae with Ctrl-K. I understood the OP to want ae to be translated to
ć without having to type anything else.
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