I use Windows 8 and I chose to use input language keyboard 134884362 (Latin American). But usually the computer changes to another keyboard and is very upseting. What should I do to prevent the machine to EVER change my keyboard having always my Latin American though my Windows display language is always English?
I have a HTML5 webapp that is mainly used on mobile devices.
Most of the HTML input fields are English and on my Android phone the English soft-keyboard pops up when I select the field. But some of the input fields (in the same form) require input in a foreign language eg.
I have Ubuntu installed in my laptop, with Catalan language support and I have properly set up my keyboard to the Spanish layout. However, every time I start Ubuntu, the keyboard language/layout has switched to English (I think) and I have to select the correct disposition again ("Es").
I'm running 32-bit 13.10 on a laptop with 2 GiB of RAM.
I'm having issues switching Keyboard Input. My computer uses a US English QWERTY layout by default and I want to enable Korean input. I have Korean language installed via System Settings > Country/Region & Language.
I'm very new to Android and I might have a stupid question.
My Nexus 5 has 4 keyboards under settings->keyboard & input settings.
As I don't know Hindi, Korean or Chinese, I want to remove these and instead add the Hebrew keyboard.
I can't seem to find a way to do that.
I know my phone has an Hebrew keyboard, because if I change the phone language to Hebrew, the default key