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Map ctrl to super in GNOME

i'm running Ubuntu Precise, and I want to perform the following remapping, preferably through Gnome's "System Settings > Keyboard > Layout > Options" menu (though if that's not possible I could fall ...
1
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1answer
459 views

Custom keyboard map in Gnome (on ArchLinux)

I've just switched from LXDE to Gnome and I'm struggling with configuring the keyboard the way I want it. The Swedish keyboard layout is painful when programming (e.g. {[]} require right-hand finger ...
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0answers
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How to install farsi language in gnome centos

I dont find Farsi or persian language in list of languages for add to keyboard layout. How to add farsi or install it?
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2answers
575 views

Keyboard layout on Ubuntu won't go away!

So, I installed Ubuntu (Using Gnome) with keyboard layout US International with Dead Keys enabled. Now I've set this to US International with Alt-Gr Dead Keys enabled. I added the latter and deleted ...
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2answers
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Is there a US International keyboard layout on Linux that mimics Windows' behavior?

I am used to using US International as my keyboard layout. However, the implementation appears to differ greatly between Windows and Linux (Gnome, in my case – may well be a GTK issue since GTK ...
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1answer
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How to handle rarely used keyboard layouts in gnome?

I use 2 keyboard layouts regularly, and another 1 a bit more rarely. It would be really nice if I could set the switch-layout key combination to alter only between the 2 I use often, and have another ...
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1answer
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Altering keyboard layout mapping in Gnome in Ubuntu 9

How to change keyboard layout mapping in gnome? I'd like to assign Ctrl functionality to Ins. It is impossible to do that in Ubuntu Keyboard Manager. Are there applications fro changing keyboard ...
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5answers
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NumLock is completely useless, and I want to disable it completely on Linux

Forget all the rants about Caps Lock, Num Lock is the most useless key of them all. It's never, ever useful. You don't want to use your numpad as an arrowpad, since the arrows are 1cm away from it. ...
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In Ubuntu, how do I change my default Greek font?

I'm taking a course in ancient Greek, and I store notes and flash cards on my computer. However, by default Ubuntu uses a modern Greek font. This changes some noticable things--for example, a ...
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Gnome: Map AltGr key to Alt

I have an annoying UK keyboard which has an Alt Gr key where the right Alt key is on a US keyboard. This is really annoying when using Gnome which makes heavy use of the Alt/Meta key. Does anyone ...