petrosfreris at gmail.com
Sun Sep 15 14:18:04 UTC 2013
I Know that, but super+space is not handy at all...
2013/9/15 Alfredo Hernández <aldomann.designs at gmail.com>
> Try using Super (Windows button) + space bar as it's the default GNOME
> Shell shortcut to change input language. Maybe Alt+Shift doesn't work well
> with GNOME Shell.
> On 15 Sep 2013 15:15, "Petros F" <petrosfreris at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm having a problem in change keyboard language input in saucy
>> salamander beta.
>> To be specific i'm using English (US) and greek but when i'm changing
>> language input (with alt+shift) it writes with the other language (eg. if
>> top right the language notification says gr, the keyboard writes in latin,
>> if it says en, the keyboard writes in greek)
>> Can we solve this bug before the release of ubuntu saucy?
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