Hi, I have a very basic question… When the user of a Keyman keyboard enters a key sequence (like a back-quote and a vowel key to produce “à,” for instance), how does Keyman exactly replace the visible already-entered back-quote with the final character “à”? Is it as simple as Keyman forcing a back-space at the cursor and then the entry of the final character? Or something more complex?
I ask because we’re building a specialized editor using ProseMirror, and we are getting unreliable results using accent plus letter sequences on some Keyman keyboards. I should note that we are able to normally handle all Unicode characters entered through other means.