After upgrade to 14.10 and Gnome 3.14.1 I've an issue with switching keyboard layout from English to Russian, it's in the list of the languages' indicator, indicator language is OK switching but input always English. I still can switch layout using command: "setxkbmap ru" or "setxkbmap us" How I've to fix it? Thanks in advance
UPDATE: It is fixed now ... see below.
This problem has been reported as a bug in Ubuntu GNOME: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-gnome/+bug/1385844
It looks like a cause of the problem has been found. Hopefully, developers will prepare a fix soon. I will update this answer when something changes.
In mentioned bug reported you can find a link to package prepared by one of the users, here is the link as well: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-gnome/+bug/1385844/+attachment/4259037/+files/gnome-settings-daemon_3.14.0-1ubuntu1~utopic1_amd64.deb
It fixes the problem for me but beware ... Ubuntu will try to update this package back to official with the same version, so don't let it do it.
It is fixed with new version 3.14.2-0ubuntu1~utopic1 of gnome-settings-daemon from GNOME Team's Staging PPA.
Unfortunately I am unable to post a comment to answers due to too few reputation points. But my "comment" is legit and needed since it may shed light on how to avoid Ubuntu to update the patch to its original version.
So I ask if it might help using 'aptitude' to forbid the Ubuntu's official version? and if so, how it is done?