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choose 'German eliminate dead keys' as your keyboard layout, it can be changed in the system settings -> keyboard


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Why are they not working According to the ArchWiki’s article that you mentioned: X server gets keycodes from the input device and converts them to the state and keysym. state is the bitmask of the X modifiers (Ctrl/Shift/etc). keysym is (according to /usr/include/X11/keysymdef.h) the integer that identify characters or functions associated with each ...


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Certainly Lenovo make a wide range of keyboards for their notebooks. The Hardware Maintenance Manual for each model should be available on the support Web site, including a list of part numbers for all the available keyboards as well as instructions how to remove and install them. Here, for example, is a list of the 38 keyboards available for the ThinkPad ...


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I found and answer here and it worked for me. Go to Control Panel and Click on Change Keyboard or other input methods link Under administrative tab click on Copy to reserved accounts Check both the check boxes. Click Apply to apply the changes. Click Ok to confirm the changes Link: ...


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Edit: The below won't actually do what the OP requires as the values don't change when the keyboard is switched via the Language Bar shortcut, even though they do if you do it via the Control Panel. Leaving for completeness. I cannot find any documented systeminfo or Powershell commands that may retrieve this information. I thought something like this may ...


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You could simply use the US international keyboard, which is the normal US keyboard, but you also get umlauts, ß, ç... I write in Portuguese, German and also program – everything using the same keyboard layout.


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The best option, in my opinion, would be to buy a US keyboard and use the US international keyboard mapping. I used a French layout for many years, but there's no way I'm going back to it. I'm using US international and I can type for any western language with it. Just using plain US for programming as it's a bit faster, you have to type 2 times on the ...


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If you can’t type pipe (|) then change keyboard layout command is : setxkbmap us It's work for me


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Sorry for my English! Windows uses numpad for some feature "Mouse Pointer Controlling with Keyboard". That means if you want to control mouse pointer with numpad it will disable your numpad for other reasons. So just enable that feature and enjoy :-) http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/use-mouse-keys-to-move-the-mouse-pointer


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The classic Macintosh had a very nice keyboard layout which used Option+Accent keys as dead keys, and used the accent keys themselves as a means of simply typing the characters directly. I would suggest perhaps using a keyboard layout editor to change all the dead keys likewise.


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Apparently the 'bar' shaped return key is a US layout and the reverse L-shaped return key is a UK/ISO layout - When specifically requesting a reverse L-shaped return key, you can probably ask for an ISO layout keyboard. The bar-shaped enter key is an ANSI layout (according to the comment by the OP). In my experience the US layout is much more common on ...


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On Windows, you can enable ease of access functions to allow toggling status for SHIFT or CONTROL.


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I had this problem a while back as well. Here's what I did: 1. Login to your account like normal 2. Open Terminal 3. sudo cp ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.HIToolbox.plist /Library/Preferences/ 4. sudo chmod 644 /Library/Preferences/com.apple.HIToolbox.plist 5. reboot, and you SHOULD be all set!



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