I'm a bit disapointed on how keyboard and regional settings are handled by Ubuntu (14.04) for our little country, Switzerland :)
Let me explain : 3 main languages (French, German and Italian. Please no troll with Romanch), all of them with their keyboard layout, but with same regional settings (currency/date-time format/...).
The curious thing is, for finding the french keyboard layout during the installation, I've had to browse on "German (French)". For me it's kind of weird because with other OSes, I used to find it on "French (Switzerland)", or "Swiss-French KEYMAP=fr_CH-latin1". But at the end, it works, so... no offense taken.
The interesting stuff, now, is that Ubuntu seems to have interpret that I'm in Germany, because, even if the full system is displayed in english (as I wanted) and the keyboard layout is fr_CH, the weekday on the right upper corner is displayed in German...
I went then in System Settings>Language Support, and find out that English is the main language, but German is present as well. I did remove it but it didn't change anything. Then, in the same windows, on the "Regional Format", "Deutsch" is Selected. I'd like to change that with French(switzerland), but no way, it's not in the list.
Did anyone find a solution ? Is that a bug ?
Thanks a lot,