Actually the language menu is the "keyboard" selection menu, the language one includes up to 60 languages includding both chineses and even Dzongkha (tibetan) or Zulu.
on 02/08/2013 – Made popular on 02/08/2013
greetings! i am trying to install crunchbang 10 openbox on my desktop computer. i boot up the cd and select the install option listed on the boot menu. the blue screen then loads, displaying the language selection. from this point forward, i cannot select a language and the installation does not respond to my pressing "enter" in order to install using the default
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.
I am developing a multilingual Android app. Here I am using typefaces for regional languages like Gujarati and Hindi. Now I want to add a Main menu link on each page except the main menu page. I learned that FLAG_ACTIVITY_CLEAR_TOP is used to clear the activity stack so the main activity is not brought on top.
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".
Recently made a fresh install of Kubuntu 13.04. I now have a problem with the wrong language being displayed in the desktop and some of my software. I always install English as my primary system language, with Spanish and German as secondaries for other user accounts (or just to have translations available). I have English as the main language in the language selector menu.
Hi to all.
I'm reading "The C Programming Language" book.
i know my question been asked many times by others
but i haven't yet gotten my answer.
The first programming language i experienced, was Visual
but it was several years ago and i wasn't good in it cause i didn't even care about it.