[Bug 130945] In KDE, not all keyboard layout labels are displayed, nor can they be edited.
ireneshusband at yahoo.co.uk
Wed Aug 8 13:34:17 UTC 2007
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If you open the KDE keyboard control panel you will see a little box
labeled "Label". For all half dozen or so layouts I have selected, there
something in that box—"usb" for US basic, "usi" for US international,
"usd" for US Dvorak, etc. However, with the exception of "usi", none of
these variants of national layouts are distinguished in the layout
indicator in the KDE panel. For example, US international is indicated
by "usi", but US Dvorak and US basic are both merely indicated by "us",
while Turkish QWERTY are both reduced to "tr". This (if you will
forgive me quoting from Thomas the Tank Engine) causes confusion and
Obviously what ought to happen is that icons indicating "usd", "trf"
etc., rather than "us", "tr" etc., should be displayed in the KDE panel
keyboard layout indicator.
** Affects: kdebase (Ubuntu)
In KDE, not all keyboard layout labels are displayed, nor can they be edited.
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