I´m running Ubuntu 16.04 LTS on an Acer Aspire S7.
Somehow, I managed to toggle on auto-accenting. That is, when I type ´ then s I get ś.
¨i = ï
~a = ã
`u = ù ... etc.
I just toggled this on today accidentally, but I can´t figure out how to turn it off! It´s super annoying to hit the space after the punctuation keys to get the symbol, especially when coding.
I don´t believe itś a problem with my keyboard layout - that hasn´t changed. I must have toggled it on via a keysmush of some kind. I am not using a 'dead key' keyboard layout, either.
This seems like it should be a simple fix, but I´ve googled around and I haven't found a solution! Some posts say that
Ctrl + Shift usually toggles this function on and off, but that doesn't have any effect for me.
Thanks in advance for your help!
Edited to add: I´ve tried every combination of keys that I can think of that might toggle this function on/off, and switched keyboard layouts several times (rebooting each time), to see if that had any effect. No luck! I will really appreciate it if someone can help!
Per Gunnar Hjalmarsson's post below:
gsettings get org.gnome.desktop.input-sources sources outputs:
[('xkb', 'us'), ('xkb', 'us+euro'), ('xkb', 'us+alt-intl'), ('xkb', 'us+intl')]
gsettings get org.gnome.desktop.input-sources current outputs: