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I have Ubuntu 10.04, and I have a same problem! The follow fix works for me: Logout of your current session. Click on your username. At bottom bar: there is a combo <-- switch to language correct That's all!
Ubuntu-Gnome is Gnome with some Ubuntu features. As an official derivative since Saucy, it updates on the same timetable as Ubuntu. It boots even faster than Lubuntu which I had previously had installed on my old laptop with a 1.5gHZ processor and 1.5GB of RAM. Most other distros I've tried - including Mint I've tired of pretty quickly but Ubuntu Gnome has ...
If you are using a USB mouse, and are on location with the computer in question, then the first thing you should try is to unplug the mouse for a moment and then plug it back in. Works for me every time. I hibernate my computer each night and very occasionally upon awakening, the mouse pointer is missing but my USB keyboard works.
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