I'm stuck again
raymondh40 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 19 14:55:27 UTC 2015
You are right Cranky, US English.
On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 10:33 AM, CrankyOldBugger <crankyoldbugger at gmail.com
> It's easy to think that you need a Canadian keyboard during the Ubuntu
> install. I probably messed up there a few times myself. You want Canadian
> English for the dictionary, but US English keyboard (as your laptop was
> most likely built to US English standards).
> On Thu, 19 Mar 2015 at 10:30 Stephen M. Webb <stephen.webb at canonical.com>
>> On 15-03-19 10:17 AM, Raymond House wrote:
>> > I'd like to try that Steve but I cant get the forward slash to work,
>> it's there in white on the keyboard but all I get
>> > is < or > in blue, something to do with the fn function I suspect.
>> Sounds like your physical keyboard does not match the keyboard layout the
>> system thinks you're using.
>> If you're on Ubuntu 14.04, you can go to System Settings > Text Entry and
>> select a different keyboard layout. The '+'
>> button lets you add another choice from a list and the little icon of a
>> keyboard will display a picture of what it
>> thinks the keyboard looks like.
>> My guess is wither you have a Canadian Multilingual physical keyboard and
>> the system is using an English (US) or English
>> (Canada) mapping, or vice-versa.
>> Setting the proper keyboard mapping will make your life a lot easier.
>> Of course, I could be wrong (I'm just guessing after all).
>> Stephen M. Webb <stephen.webb at canonical.com>
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