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Having the same issue. The workaround is to change hotkeys to win+space. Did you install touchegg package?


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This one worked for me BUT I couldn't run it on startup and keep it running in background. Listen to lock signal and change layout to the one of your password. (ugly workaround but seem to work) dbus-monitor --session "type=signal,interface=org.gnome.ScreenSaver" | while read MSG; do LOCK_STAT=`echo $MSG | grep boolean | awk '{print $2}'` if [[ ...


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For 16.04 LTS It is right side ALT + 4 while using English (India, with rupee sign ) keyboard layout. Simply type " Text Entry " in dash and you will be able to select/add keyboard layouts. This works in 16.04 LTS.


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No, there is no pre-assigned shortcut. You can choose from many options to assign a shortcut to switch layouts from the menu: Keyboard Preferences > Layouts This menu can be found under System > Preferences > Hardware


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I believe my particular case was a result of an Autohotkey script that was running. Gone now.


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Seems this has been changed to the ctrl:ralt_rctrl option, but the documentation in the base.lst file has not been updated. So try that. Not sure where to file the bug report for this.


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Note for dummies like myself. It took me a while... Press Cont & Shift & u together Let go of all three keys input code (for example: 00e1 for á) Enter


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pehaps no one wrote the key mappings of your polish keyboard for german and deutsch use. Ubuntu used to have these problems, but latelly I've heard the keyboard support improved a lot. try adding polish language. If it doesn't work just buy another keyboard or contribute to ubuntu with those mappings.


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You can't currently do it with an option, however it is possible to change it without modifying any system files. See my answer here: http://askubuntu.com/a/794087/514921. I believe this will persist across layout changes, but I have not tried it.


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Input sources on Ubuntu can be set depending on the order they appear in the list. For instance, here is how my list of input sources look like. The numbering starts at 0. This means that English is number 0 , Pinyin is number 1, and Russian is 2. Knowing that, we can use gsettings command to set each source via it's number. For instance, I could bind ...


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This is one idea: Define a compose key. You do that in System Settings -> Keyboard -> Shortcuts -> Typing. Create the file ~/.XCompose with this contents: include "%L" <Multi_key> <U007E> <U007E> : "⁓" U2053 # SWUNG DASH That way (at next login) typing <Compose> + ~ + ~ will result in ⁓. Not exactly what you asked for, but ...


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Turned out to be the application SyncWall (which is otherwise great). Specifically removing the shortcuts did the trick (disabling the function wasn't enough). Don't know why they would conflict and why it only happened after the reboot since I installed the application much earlier and definitely didn't have this problem before. Such a relieve, this was ...


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I have had to do some strange setting to get French / English swaps; This link keyboards around the world might help you identify its original locality. Good luck!


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Another thing to check Libre Office → Tools → Options... Language Settings → Languages → Unchecked: Ignore system input system.


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Actually, ibus provides an system tray applet. Run ibus-setup On General tab, Check Show icon on system tray On General tab, confirm you have shortcut On Advanced tab,Uncheck Use system keyboard layout


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The default works well for me Super+space. Run ibus-setup Advanced tab → Uncheck Use system keyboard layout If it didn't work, General tab → Change Net input method shortcut to something else.


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Go to System setting click on Language Support and press the Install / Remove Languages and there will be a list of languages to choose from pick Chinese Traditional.


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Solved! I found ibus-cangjie 2.4-1 https://www.howtoinstall.co/en/ubuntu/xenial/ibus-cangjie Then I installed with: sudo apt-get update followed by sudo apt-get install ibus-cangjie And now it is working perfectly. Thank you again Gunnar for your help!


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Assuming you are talking about English (US, international with dead keys), that keyboard layout turns the quotation symbol key to a dead_diaeresis key for typing e.g. ë. To type the quotation symbol you need to press both <AltGr> and <Shift>. The dot key should be unchanged, though. You can see an overview of the currently selected keyboard ...


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Install "Chinese (traditional)" using Language Support. That will install some language support, including a couple of additional packages related to fcitx input methods. With those installed it should work. Edit: I've now tried this myself on Ubuntu 16.04 (i386), and it proved to not be sufficient. The package fcitx-table-cangjie is installed as part of ...



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