Sorry to bug you all with what is probably a super-silly question:
For years, I've been happily typing in English(US), French, and Spanish, using nothing but additional keyboard layouts in what used to be known as "the keyboard applet" -- currently, under System->Keyboard->layouts.
Hello, I have a fresh install of Ubuntu 12.04LTS in a virtual environment, but I cannot get keyboard layouts to display. It was installed with all defaults, so I'm not sure what's broken. I let it run updates and that still did not let the layouts appear.
The keyboard layouts plugin which I use on XFCE to switch between layouts (like the name says) stopped working on the Update to XFCE 4.10.1. The reason is, that "Keyboard Layouts" depends that xkbcomp is available in /usr/share/X11/xkb. To fix this, simply make a symbolic link:sudo ln -s /usr/bin/xkbcomp /usr/share/X11/xkb/That's it.
Hey Everybody,as we all know,not every game developer have optimized their games,and as a solution game keyboard came out.
the version i'm using(5)has the ability to import and export layouts,so i just decided to upload some layouts here,as well as uploading to xperiaplaygamer.net.
and also if you have created a gkp(the file used to store layouts,created on sdcard by tapping export in settings of
I have recently written an article about configuring multiple keyboard layouts in different Linux desktop environments: LXDE, Openbox, Enlightenment. Here is a video about keyboard layouts configuration in LXDE.
I have recently written an article about configuring multiple keyboard layouts in different Linux desktop environments: Xfce, Cinnamon, MATE.That was a text version.Today I will show you a video about keyboard layouts configuration in Xfce.