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Your keyboard layout was somehow changed, I think to the UK layout. There should be an icon in the status/menu bar that looks like a keyboard, or is a rectangle with a country code inside. Click that icon and you'll be able to select the US layout.
If you have a full-size keyboard: Ctrl-Alt-Numpad 8 - Place window in top half of screen. Ctrl-Alt-Numpad 2 - Place window in the bottom half of the screen. Reference: What are Unity's keyboard and mouse shortcuts? If you're on a laptop, you may need to change the key bindings as you obviously won't have a number pad.
Had The Same Problem Steps to Resolve the Issue; In gnome settings - click on the keyboard option -- then click on Universal Access -- then change the corresponding setting by clicking on (I.e. Turn On- Screen Keyboard on / off) and type a new short cut action I.e. -- Alt+t or Alt+s -- etc to avoid the short cut cant be used error message, this should ...
Well Shellshape (gnome extension) is the culprit. However, I can't see any bindings to p in its conf.
What you need to do Install xprintidle, to keep track of the current idle time (defined by lack of keyboard- and mouse events). Create a small background script (further below); copy the script into an empty file and save it as dim_keyboard.sh. Make the script executable and copy it to a location where unauthorized users cannot alter the script (e.g. ...
To remove the message once: click the X button. To remove the message once and for all: click the crossed-out balloon next to the X. To reinstate these messages, go to Settings -> User Interface -> File - Reset all warnings (this is my translation, could be slightly different).
Ok, so after some time of testing and with the help of @Dea1993 and the guys on the Launchpad bug thread. This is how I fix it. Edit the line GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT on /etc/default/grub to: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash i8042.dumbkbd=1" Update grub: $ sudo update-grub Reboot Although this causes the CAPS LOCK keyboard led not to blink ...
In my case, only one (either mouse or keyboard) will connect automatically. Both bluetooth devices will work simultaneously, I just have to connect one manually via the Bluetooth menu.
I connected both a Microsoft sculpt designer mouse and a logitech K480, both are working simultaneously. The problem was to connect both devices, I had to try several times : first connect the mouse, then the keyboard was not detected, so i removed the mouse, then the M10 detected the K480 but not the mouse ... after several attempts both devices were ...
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