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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 ~$ ...
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.
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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