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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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Small script to find the keybinding by name The script below will output the keybinding when you run it with the shortcut's name as argument. an example: $ python3 '/home/jacob/Bureaublad/find_keybinding.py' rename > '<Primary><Alt>r' How to set up Copy the script below into an empty file, save it as find_keybinding.py Run it by the ...


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Press F2 to edit the filename. Press End to move the cursor at the end of the name. Press Home to move the cursor at the beginning of the name. Just like you do in a text editor. Does work for me in Xubuntu 16.04 and Thunar and PCManFM. It's kinda universal. It works in Windows too.


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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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After clicking the filename and pressing F2 press the right arrow key -> and then press the left arrow key <- a couple of times until you get to the front of the extension. Not a shortcut, but still quite short ;)


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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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The Windows drivers of your peripherals must be off for some reason. You should try pluging in a wired keyboard and mouse to log into your Windows account, and reach the Device Manager (Startup menu, type "Device Manager" it'll come up). Then look for a device that has a yellow exclamation mark on it, that might be the culprit. You can try repairing it, or ...


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This is a Unity bug. https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/unity/+bug/1586491 Looks like it's fixed, though I'm not sure when or if it'll be backported to 16.04.


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... with an update to VBox 5.0.24 r108355 my "pointing device" setting in the "motherboard" tab changed to "USB tablet" ... I changed it back to PS/2 mouse and everything was fine again ... host: windows 10 guest: ubuntu 14.04



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