nomatch rule is fired if no other rule is matched or fired in the same group, with some caveats.
nomatch > ...
nomatch is similar to the
match rule, but instead of the rule being fired
when a rule was matched, it will be used when no rule is matched in the group. A
nomatch rule can
beep statements and characters.
nomatch will not be fired in a
using keys group if the current keystroke does not produce a character
in normal use (for example, modified keys, function keys). This is by design, and is intended to ensure that function keys,
and modified keys such as Ctrl+X, were passed through to the underlying application.
begin > use(constraints) group(constraints) using keys c Block two diacritics on one vowel any(vowel) any(diacritic) + any(diacriticKey) > context beep nomatch > use(main) group(main) using keys + any(diacriticKey) > index(diacritic, 1)
nomatch rule can be used in keyboards on all platforms.
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nomatch rule was introduced in Keyman 3.0.