hello. My keyboard shortcut to switch between languages is alt+shift. However, i'd like to know if there is a way to switch to a specific language with a keyboard shortcut or terminal command. Something like "language us".
Don't wanna root or anything. I already tried going to settings, language & keyboard, HTC Sense Input, and switching the arrows off. It works for a bit then the arrows appear again. It's getting really annoying. If anybody knows how to get rid of the arrows for good WITHOUT downloading a third party keyboard from Google Play, please let me know.
Hi.I'm a native Bulgarian and would like to be able to switch between typing in Cyrillic (Bulgarian) and English. I'm new to Linux and love it so far.I googled and checked the forums but no luck so far. My husband doesn't know either (he's fairly new as well).
I recently upgrade to Fedora 18 and I am a bit confuse by the input language and keyboard layout.
It seem the keyboard layout is linked to the input language, I have a japanese keyboard and I have
configured 3 input methods
* English (US)
* Japanese (Anthy)
* Japanese (Japanese(OADG 109A))
When I switch to "English (US)" I get the classic QWERTY key mapping,
when I switch to &
I have a primary language, Italian, and I want also use a secondary language, English.
I want to switch language in order to have all the writings and messages in English not to write special characters by keyboard.