I have recently upgraded my distro from Ubuntu 20.04 to 22.04. To do so, I used this guide. Everything went well, except for one thing, which is my own fault.
I had to configure a package during the upgrading, where I had to choose a keyboard shortcut to "change the keyboard layout to latin characters" or something like that.
Well I set it to the
Alt Gr key (the one to the right of the space key).
The problem is, I always have to press that key when I am typing special characters (such as
}). And so it always switches my keyboard layout from the Canadian multilingual to the French AZERTY, before I get to type a special character.
I have checked in my shortcuts (those in
Parameters > Keyboards > Shortcuts), the keyboard shortcut to change the keyboard layout is set to
Super + space.
I can cycle through all my keyboards with
Super + space, but whenever I press
Alt Gr, I go back to the French AZERTY layout.
So I guess that, during the upgrade, I set a package that deals with this shortcut, but I can't remember which one. Again, I only remember that the shortcut is used to "revert to a latin layout" or something like that.
I am sorry that I can't describe my problem more properly.
Does anyone know the package that has this shortcut set, and how I can remove it?
Or is there a way to look for the packages that have keyboard shortcuts set?
Or, maybe, a workaround?
Thank you all in advance!