A few years ago I wanted to read some of Mike Fabian's documents because I was running into some of the same problems that had been solved, but which weren't solved in my work environments. These two environments aren't Suse/Opensuse.
In one or two of my environments, backspace deletes an entire character in the input buffer to a process, but only deletes a half-width column in the terminal emulator, so the display is scrambled. Of course I want backspace to delete an entire character in both places.
In one of my environments, Konsole is running, but I have to set henkan displays to an old method instead of what's been popular for the past 10 years (on-the-spot or whatever it's called), and I couldn't get the taskbar to display more than a single icon. The end user would be able to input Japanese but that single icon is constant; it doesn't tell the user if they're inputting in Roman-kana mode or plain Roman mode. I think I solved the backspace problem in that environment but still gave up a few years ago.
I guess Mike Fabian left Suse. Where did he go?
Why did Mike Fabian's documents leave Suse? They're still important. Are they available somewhere?
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