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Creating a custom text entry input source (keyboard layout) based on an existing one [duplicate]

How can I create a modified copy of an existing text entry layout? To be more specific, I'd like to add the parenthesis ( ) and # symbol to the Armenian (alternative phonetic) layout by sacrificing ...
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How to create custom characters in Ubuntu and how to add them to a new keyboard layout? [duplicate]

I plan to create a new character system for an existing language. I have the new characteres drawn on paper. I would like to draw them on the computer, save them as custom characters and create a new ...
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How can I create new language layout in Ubuntu? [duplicate]

I need a tutorial tour about creating a new language layout with a different name for Ubuntu, downloadable for all and which everyone can install them on their Ubuntu OS. I was searched on internet ...
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Keyboard mapping MacBook Pro [duplicate]

I have a macbook pro on which I am considering to install a dualboot (I have virtual machines at the moment). The MBP was purchased in UK and came with a keyboard layout for this area, but as I am ...
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I need to create a keyboard layout for a language that isn't supported [duplicate]

I am currently trying to find a way to go in and create a custom keyboard map for Kalderash Romani. I am operating the most current version of Lubuntu (as of 01/18/18) basically I need to find a way ...
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Setting an additional modifier key for a custom layout [duplicate]

For anyone interested, and anyone who knows something about this, I have a question. Can I somehow use xmodmap or xkb to add a third modifier key to my keyboard layout? What I mean: If the layout ...
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How can I change what keys on my keyboard do? (How can I create custom keyboard commands/shortcuts?)

I want to change the key bindings on some of the keys on my keyboard. I want some to run commands and others to activate different keys. What applications can I use to do this? Index: ...
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What are the steps needed to create new keyboard layout on ubuntu?

The keyboard I am trying to create has a lot of Unicode and looks like this: Being unsuccessful with the following tutorial: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Howto%3A%20Custom%20keyboard%20layout%...
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Is there a tool to quickly create custom keyboard layouts for international keyboard, greek and unicode math?

Is there a tool to quickly create custom keyboard layouts? For example to achieve this: https://tex.stackexchange.com/a/86559/1871 Producing Unicode characters in secondary layers, but based on US ...
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Configure Caps Lock as AltGr and Arrows like in vim

1. How do I globally map Caps Lock to AltGr? I don't need CapsLock and rather would like to have an easy access AltGr Key there 2. I want to map all movement keys to vim-like positions AltGr+F = ...
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Remap arrow keys to a new key combination [duplicate]

The Left, Up and Down keys on my keyboard are broken and won't register any key codes. I have tested it using xev. I would like to make the following keys trigger the key codes associated with the ...
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Ubuntu 14.04 custom keyboard layout doesn't work

I'm spent hours trying to get this to work, and I have no idea, what I'm doing wrong. I must admit, that I'm fairly new to Ubuntu, so I might be missing something obvious. I've read several questions ...
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Russian ЯШЕРТЫ keyboard on ubuntu? [closed]

I need to have a russian phonetic ЯШЕРТЫ keyboard on Ubuntu. I have ЯВЕРТЫ but I need ЯШЕРТЫ. I couldn't find it in text entry settings. Should I download it from somewhere or am I just not seeing it?
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Own keyboard layout

I'm working with us and de layouts. Is it possible to edit/add some symbols to us layout? I would like to have some German letters on us layout: AltGr+o=ö, AltGr+Shift+o=Ö AltGr+s=ß, AltGr+a=ä, ...
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Making a custom keyboard layout for Khmer language

Due to medical reasons four years ago I had to switch to Dvorak keyboard. Back then I was using Windows and created a custom keyboard layout for Khmer language (I'm a native) myself, but now I'm on ...

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