Someone knows how to easily switch between input methods without going through settings ?
For instance I want to switch between the french and the english keyboard.
on 01/11/2013 – Made popular on 01/11/2013
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 have installed 13.04 with Gnome-fallback and gone to keyboard to System-Settings/keyboard/layout settings and picked French and Russian to add to my English default but the icon does not appear on icon-bar so i cannot switch between layouts
Any ideas to make icon appear [that is the priority here] and/or an easy way to switch from commandline maybe?
Good Morning ladies and gents, I hope you all had a great weekend.
I was busy over the weekend rooting my phone, adding native hotspot, etc.... Somewhere along the line, the running notification when I'm typing say an email or a text to switch my keyboard in the notification bar seems to have gone missing.
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 &
Hey crunchbangers,after rebooting I always have us-keyboard-layout. xprop -root | grep XKB says me _XKB_RULES_NAMES(STRING) = "evdev", "pc105", "de", "deadacute", "lv3:ralt_switch" so I wonder how there can be a us-layout?Well, this wouldn't be a problem so far if I could switch the keyboard back to a german layout (which my keyboard has).