I just came over a great LaTeX editor named TexMaker. It seems to fit my needs perfectly, with auto-complete and mapping between tex and PDF files. It does however not have a Norwegian dictionary installed, but this is easily fixed:
- Download the Norwegian dictionary pack from OpenOffice’s dictionary list, or use this direct link.
- Unpack the zip file and unpack the nb_NO.zip file inside this again.
- Open up TexMaker > Options > Configure Texmaker
(It is under Preferences if you are using Mac)
- Go to Editor and click the folder icon to browse to your nb_NO.dic file.
- TexMaker should now use the Norwegian dictionary.
The N950 is delivered with a keyboard without Norwegian keys, so I decided to map holding the function/arrow key and pressing comma (,), period (.) or asterix (*) to ø, æ and å, respectively.
I you are Norwegian and just want this to work straight away, you can do the following on your device:
cp /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols/nokia_vndr/rm-680 /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols/nokia_vndr/rm-680-backup
cp rm-680 /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols/nokia_vndr/
setxkbmap -model nokiarm680 -layout us
And that should do the trick. The keys are mapped as follows:
FN + . æ
FN + , ø
FN + * å
FN + SHIFT + . Æ
FN + SHIFT + , Ø
FN + SHIFT + * Å
If you’re speaking a different language and just want to edit the keymap manually, you can open up the rm-680 keymap file Continue reading Norwegian keyboard on the N950