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I can't type lower case Ñ or Ï in Windows 8

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Windows US International keyboard umlaut shortcut stops working after a while

I am using a German keyboard with US, International layout. At the beginning, when I start my PC, all umlaut combinations for ä (ALT GR+q), ü (ALT GR+z) and ö (ALT GR+p) are working perfectly fine. ...
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Is there a US International keyboard layout on Linux that mimics Windows' behavior?

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