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Author Drekin
Recipients Drekin, ezio.melotti, ned.deily, vstinner
Date 2014-09-15.08:43:29
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It seems that it's a problem of dead key combinations rather than modifiers. Unicode characters produced directly (with or without modifiers) work correctly.

Only one deadkey on my keyboard doesn't work at all. AltGr + M is a deadkey, but any following key is interpreted as if no deadkey was pressed.

On the other hand, other deadkeys including those with modifiers produces the combined characters, however usually returns just "?" as if someone applied char = char.encode("mbcs", errors="replace").decode(). E.g. whole Greek alphabet is transformed to question marks but beta is transformed to sharp s and mu to micro sign.
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