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I need umlauts with International Dvorak. Is this possible? (I googled I found out that one could use a hack to edit the layouts but seems like I am re-inventing the wheel)

Is it better to use some terminal emulation that would fix the issue or how can I get a proper kbd -layout? I would like to reuse *ix -based solutions, can I emulate X somehow and replace the W -settings with my default debian -settings?)

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Almost the same question but in Debian here. – hhh Aug 16 '12 at 18:15

Steven Ehrbar maintains a collection of alternate keyboards for Microsoft Windows. In the "General Purpose US Layouts" section you will find two Dvorak International layouts, one with raw dead keys and one where they're activated with AltGr+key combinations.

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