Bulgarian phonetic keyboard layout is not the country standard

Peteris Krisjanis pecisk at gmail.com
Sun Jul 20 16:11:53 UTC 2008

Just submit a bug to Launchpad with this text and sane subject, put
into reply to this thread and bug people will forward it for upstream.
Hurry, because GNOME will have release soon. Old layout probably
should be left because it is ongoing change, as far as I see it.


> After the announcement the scientists from BAS (Bulgarian Academy of
> Science) released an immediate fix for both Windows and Linux. The
> instructions for installing it in Linux said that if you want to use it you
> have to replace the one at '/etc/X11/xkb/symbols/pc/bg' with the new one
> (http://lml.bas.bg/~anton/misc/bg).
> Everything works fine except that it replaces the old one. I suggest that
> the new phonetic layout has to be included in Intrepid as a third option for
> Bulgarian layout. The final options have to be these:
> -Bulgarian national standard for PC layouts
> -Bulgarian national standard for the phonetic layout
> -Bulgarian unofficial phonetic layout (the old one)
> I beg all fellows who see this to participate in the discussion if the old
> phonetic layout is needed in Intrepid. All other people are welcome to
> comment, too.

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