Ah, I see. Yes, as a matter of fact it does work if I turn num-lock on. But who would want to do _that_ - yuk
(Honestly - it didn't occur to me that anyone would want to. I suppose someone who does nothing but input numbers all day long might find it useful.)
I have to rephrase my question. Is there a way to make it work without having to turn num-lock on ?
Or are there alternative ways eg. by remapping other key combinations (eg. AltGr-(comma) AltGr-(dot) AltGr-(minus) etc.) to enter special characters.
Turning num-lock on is just not on. I have to be able to use the keypad arrows to navigate in the text, but I also want the ascii-input function with the alt-key.
It might sound like I am asking for too much, but this does seem to be some kind of a default behaviour, since, as I said, most Windows applications, including earlier UltraEdit versions, work the way I want, with the notable exception of Mozilla and UltraEdit 11.0.