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How to switch language keyboard combination?

On Windows I am able to switch between keyboard layouts by pressing ALT+SHIFT. Is there a similar keyboard shortcut in Ubuntu?

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marked as duplicate by enzotib, Jorge Castro, fossfreedom, htorque, bodhi.zazen Jan 12 '12 at 21:11

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Go to System Settings > Keyboard Layout > Layout > Options > Key(s) to change layout.

You should be able to select one or more key combinations to change your keyboard layout.

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This should be marked as answer... – mparnisari Apr 14 '13 at 19:14
    
But you cannot add custom shortcuts for example [Meta/Win]+[Space]. So is it possible to add your own shortcut? – Sonique May 13 '15 at 10:31
    
This does not work on ubuntu...it is System Settings > Text Entry – bordeo Feb 20 at 18:13

The same. If don't work, choose keyboard layouts and then preferences and keys to switch the layout.

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I didn't manage to set this shortcut in 13.10. – Ondra Žižka Nov 5 '13 at 0:53

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