Stack wrote:the sad clown wrote:(just make sure that the changed layout doesn't break your keybind):setxkbmap -rules xorg -model pc104 -layout us -optionJust change the layout parameters (and any other changes you need) for as many layouts as you want.Unfortunately, if the single layout, or first in the list layout is not 'us', but my national, GUI applications will stop to react on
I have a custom X11 keyboard layout that I can use with setxkbmap. But after some searching I've found that apparently just having the XKB layout file isn't enough to set it as a new keyboard layout in KDE 4. What I would like to have my custom layout be recognized by the KDE system so that I can choose it using the systray applet, or install it as the default using the System Settings module.
I've created four folders for different layouts, to make my app support all screens. Four folders, namely, layout(By Default), layout-large, layout-small, layout-xlarge, i've created. Inside all of them, i've put an xml file that has same name "activity_start.xml".
I know that you can use -v14 extension for various folders like xml. I thought that I can use it as well for layout, e.g. layout-14. I want to use a grid layout folder older api levels I would like to use a different layout. When I create a layout-v14 folder and add a file which contains a grid layout I get an error that my min SDK is 7.
im currently installing FreeBSD. Im at the "Time Zone Selector" screen. I don't know what should i choose. Normally, since i live in Quebec (Canada), i choose Eastern time GMT -5, but there is no such option.
I'm trying to build a layout for a simple android app.
I have 3 folders named layout, layout-small and layout-large.
In each folder I have an Activity_main. But when I try and design the layout for the activity_main in the layout-large folder, and switch the view to a different phone, it automatically goes back to the activity_main in the layout folder.