I would like to assign
- Alt Gr + n to type ñ
- Alt Gr + i to type ¡
- Alt Gr + g to type ¿
How can I program those key combinations?
Ubuntu 12.04, Mini Dell 9 netbook, French Canadian keyboard
Update: I found out about the compose key under Settings, Keyboard Layout, Options. I defined it under "caps lock". I can now type an ñ in pressing first caps lock, then pressing Alt Gr + ~ then pressing n. I still don't know which key sequence I need to use to type an inverted exclamation '¡' or a question mark '¿'. Can someone help for this one?
2nd update: I found out about the rest of my question. I press once my defined Compose Key: Caps Lock, then I press Shift+1 twice to get '¡' and Shift+6 to get '¿'
The other topic regarding the same problem was not detailed enough. I hope mine is.
It would be nice to find a map of all possible characters produced with the compose key and the particular keyboard layout.