Settings are interpreted when WnnLE is started to set conversion keys. These keys are used to set the text input mode. The codes set here are used in the settings for uumkey.
'\x81' (switch katakana) ;PF1 key
'\x82' (switch zenkaku) ;PF2 key
'\x83' (switch romkan) ;PF3 key
The following precaution must be considered for the PF1 to PF4 keys and the cursor keys. When the terminal generates a code of two bytes or longer, the data of the text string generated from the keyboard is converted to a 1-byte code by WnnLE before converting using the table in 2A_CTRL. Refer to the wnn_cvt_xim_tbl(4) man page.
The codes received by the table for the PF1 to PF4 keys and the cursor keys are shown below. These codes are valid only when WnnLE is using the table and they are not used when the roman character conversion library is being used.
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: