I finally upgraded to Ubuntu 13.10 today (I know, I know, I'm a little behind with that stuff). Now, I study Japanese and as such have to switch between typing in Japanese and using the alphabet quite ...
In Ubuntu 13.04, while on the login screen there was an indicator which shows which input language your keyboard is set on at the moment but after upgrade to Ubuntu 13.10 it's gone. Is there any way ...
Last night everything worked fine but today when I turned on my system I saw that keyboard layout indicator at the top of screen is disappeared!!! even I cannot change it by alt+shift like before!!! ...
I have chosen to write in 3 languages. I change them with the command Shift + Alt and it changes, but I cannot see in what language I write in the language indicator in my panel. Can you help?
Just upgraded from 10.04 to 10.10, and the keyboard indicator applet no longer displays the two-letter country code for the active layout. This is terrible. Is this the default behaviour? Anyone ...
I've created some packs of svg flag icons for the language indicator menu. I'm expanding it now, and have had a request for a flag for the "Latin American" layout of Spanish. But I can't figure out ...