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There is a superbug describing several problems with KDE5 layout switcher: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=295438


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Well, shortly after my last edit (12JUL2016), I have found that a fix has been pushed on debian sid. While not all of the keys show in acpi_listen, they do show in xev now. F4: XF86AudioMicMute F7: XF86Display F8: XF86WLAN F9: XF86Tools F10:XF86Search F11: XF86LaunchA F12: XF86Explorer


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After dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration, you need to run setupcon NAME setupcon - sets up the font and the keyboard on the console SYNOPSIS setupcon [OPTION]... [VARIANT] DESCRIPTION setupcon is a program for fast and easy setup of the font and the key‐ board on the console. Most of the time you invoke setupcon ...


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Yes, the two are completely independant. I have an English Windows, and have installed four other 'keyboards' to be able to use german, spanish, and french characters as needed. The OS is still exclusively in English. You can add any keyboards in the settings: Control Panel\Clock, Language, and Region\Language\Add a Language


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I am pretty sure it is implemented like this. You can test the vkCode from the KBDLLHOOKSTRUCT to see what you get. Mapped enum list from here, here, and www.pinvoke.net/default.aspx/Constants/WM.html It should be equivalent to this: using System.Windows.Forms; isAltGr ? (Keys) (1 << 19) : Keys.None private static Keys BuildKeyData(Keys ...


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Can confirm that this problem was only solved by replacing the keyboard. The issue is intermittent printing of a pipe (|) character when pressing the SHIFT key. Moving the keyboard from a laptop running Windows 7 to an iMac produced a similar issue, but this time the SHIFT key intermittently printed the +/- symbol.


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There is no difference in this case between the setup in your VM and on real hardware. The keyboard does not send and @ or an ". It sends a code. Some thing like 'key number 55 was pressed'. It is up to the OS to decide which letter or symbol to match up to that. For UK English the keycode matching "shift-2" is matched to an @. For UK English the keycode ...



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