I use Ubuntu 18.04 bionic, and I use us(alt-intl) as a keyboard layout for Latin script, because sometimes I need type multilingual texts. Today I got very strange bug: now I cannot use the sign ' (apostrophe). When I press the key
<AC11> assigned to apostrophe, I get nothing. When I press space key after that, I get space. When I press <
AC11> + e.g. "a", I get "a", not "á". When I press SHIFT +
<AC11>, I also get nothing. So, I can't type " (quotation mark) too.
The website keycode.info tells (pressing
<AC11>): 222, event.key Dead, event.location 0 (General keys), event.which(deprecated) 222, event.code Quote
My /usr/share/X11/locale/en_US.UTF-8/Compose has such a rows (nothing abnormal):
# Spacing versions of dead accents <dead_acute> <space> : "'" apostrophe # APOSTROPHE <dead_acute> <dead_acute> : "´" acute # ACUTE ACCENT <Multi_key> <apostrophe> <apostrophe> : "´" acute # ACUTE ACCENT
In addition, when I use AltGr typing with us(alt-intl), it also doesn't work, but when I type Cyrillic texts with ru(udm), AltGr works normally.
Any advices, please.