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| WinCompose v0.9.3
WinCompose v0.9.3 A compose key for Windows, free and opensource, created by Sam Hocevar with the help of dozens of contributors. A compose key allows to easily write special characters such as é ž à ō û ø ☺ ¤ ∅ « ♯ ⸘ Ⓚ ㊷ ♪ ♬ using short and often very intuitive key combinations. For instance, ö is obtained using o + ", and ♥ is obtained using < + 3. WinCompose also supports Emoji input for 😁 👻 👍 💩 🎁 🌹 🐊. Sam wrote WinCompose because none of the alternatives (FreeCompose, CKFW, AllChars or Unichars) were found to be satisfying. Quick start After installation, WinCompose should appear in the System Tray. Press and release the ⎄ Compose key to initiate a compose sequence (this key defaults to Right Alt); the icon should change to indicate a compose sequence is in progress. Then type in the keys for a compose sequence, such as A then E for Æ: If Right Alt is not suitable for you, you can change it in the settings. The full list of rules can be found by clicking on the WinCompose system tray icon or using the “Show Sequences…” menu entry: The window allows you to filter the sequences being listed. Features WinCompose supports the standard Compose file format. It provides more than 1700 compose rules from the Xorg project and the dotXCompose project. You can add custom rules by creating a file named .XCompose or .XCompose.txt in your %USERPROFILE% directory. WinCompose must be restarted for changes to take effect. WinCompose supports rules of more than 2 characters such as ⎄ Compose ( 3 ) for ③. WinCompose supports early exits. For instance, ⎄ Compose q will immediately type q because there is currently no rule starting with q. As of now, WinCompose is almost fully translated to Belarusian, Chinese, Czech, Dutch, Estonian, French, German, Greek, ...
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