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lars.nooden at gmail.com
Mon Sep 23 20:36:21 UTC 2013
On 9/23/13 6:26 PM, Aere Greenway wrote:
> On 09/23/2013 03:22 AM, Lars NoodÃ©n wrote:
>> lxkeymap is not part of the base Lubuntu install, at least not with
>> Saucy. It has to be added manually post-install. But yes, once it is
>> installed, the label problem is there. So I've added my "me, too" to it.
> This could be a big problem for me. I hope there is a real reason for
> it being removed.
> I do not type qwerty - I exclusively use a dvorak keyboard layout. The
> keys on my keyboards are arranged in dvorak layout, so I don't know
> where the qwerty keys are.
> With Linux, I have always been able to install with the dvorak keyboard
> layout as the default. If that is no longer possible, that will be a
> BIG problem.
> If I can still install with dvorak layout as the default, I will still
> need lxkeymap to occasionally switch back, so a qwerty-layout typer can
> use my machine.
> If the switching between keyboard layouts on Lubuntu has been changed to
> the way other Ubuntu variants do/did it (using the flag icon on the
> taskbar), then I am perfectly happy to be rid of lxkeymap. But I really
> do need a way to switch keyboard layouts.
Might it have been replaced with a functional equivalent? I can check
on a pristine system tomorrow, but the one I've already fiddled with
appears to have a keymap option in Menu->Preferences-> Keyboard and
Mouse -> Keyboard -> lxkeymap
I only notice that the actual package was not installed as default but
the button might work anyway.
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