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Well, found the trick after trying the GUI then watch which command it is launching. ~$ ps aux | grep gkbd user 4158 0.2 3.5 470116 27048 ? Sl 14:06 0:00 gkbd-keyboard-display -l us?intl user 4178 0.0 0.1 21296 928 pts/11 S+ 14:07 0:00 grep --color=auto gkbd ~$ pgrep -a gkbd 4158 gkbd-keyboard-display -l us intl ~$ ...


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You also need ibus-anthy or fcitx-anthy. Then you need to select either IBus or fcitx in Language Support. At next login you should be able to find the Anthy item in Text Entry.


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You want to define a compose key. I use Caps Lock for that. In preferences, go to Keyboard » Shortcut » Typing and change the Compose Key entry with any key you'd like. I suggest Caps Lock unless you use it often to write in capitals? Once that is setup you do: Compose Key + < + C → Č Compose Key + ' + o → ó Compose Key + ' + e → é In most ...



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