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I use the Alt-Latin keyboard layout (set in OSX) to write diacritics in Vim. This layout uses combinations with the Alt and Shift keys for modified letters. For example <A-.> followed by a letter prints that letter with a dot below, e.g. . Now, in Vim, some of these combinations are overridden, so that in <A-.> prints ®, for example. How can I disable these key combinations in Vim to get the combinations of the layout as defined in the OS.


This is a follow-up of a previous question (which I deleted) in which I wrongly assumed that this had something to do with diagraphs.

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    This looks more like a fault in the input system. Ideally, this keycode shouldn't sent to the application until you've either completed it (by pressing .) or aborted it (usually by pressing space). It also doesn't seem like it's Vim that prints ® (there's no mapping for this by default), but rather the terminal or OS. – Martin Tournoij Mar 26 '16 at 13:53

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