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Keyboard Layout indicator doesn't display current layout in Ubuntu 18.04 (empty drop down box)
After some January updates got the same problem, but on Ubuntu 18.10. Reinstalling appindicator packages (see commands below), somehow partially fixed the problem: lang indicator stop disappearing in gnome-shell, but still do in gdm.the commands above did not work. worked solution, at least for ubuntu 18.10 (Cosmic), is rollback to previous version of gnome-shell and gnome-shell-common packages:and perform the rebootoptionally, but highly recommend - prevent update on those packages, like these:and wait for fix. after fix will be released - just unhold those packages and run updateupgrade command.you should try rollback those packages to 3.28.1-0ubuntu2 version. the only difference between old version and version at January update is in this bugfix; he also relate to ibus, so that fix may be the cause of the "disappearing lang indicator" problem
German keyboard layout
The German keyboard layout is a QWERTZ keyboard layout commonly used in Austria and Germany. It is based on one defined in a former edition (October 1988) of the German standard DIN 2137-2. The current edition DIN 2137-1:2012-06 standardizes it as the first (basic) one of three layouts, calling it "T1" (Tastaturbelegung 1, "keyboard layout 1"). The German layout differs from the English (US and UK) layouts in four major ways: The positions of the "Z" and "Y" keys are switched. In English, the letter "y" is very common and the letter "z" is relatively rare, whereas in German the letter "z" is very common and the letter "y" is very uncommon. The German layout places "z" in a position where it can be struck by the index finger, rather than by the weaker little finger. Part of the keyboard is adapted to include umlauted vowels (, , ) and the sharp s (). (Some newer types of German keyboards offer the fixed assignment AltH for its capitalized version.) Some of special key inscriptions are changed to a graphical symbol (e.g. Caps Lock is an upward arrow, Backspace a leftward arrow). Most of the other abbreviations are replaced by German abbreviations (thus e.g. "Ctrl" is translated to its German equivalent "Strg", for Steuerung). "Esc" remains as such. (See: "Key labels" below) Like many other non-American keyboards, German keyboards change the right Alt key into an Alt Gr key to access a third level of key assignments. This is necessary because the umlauts and some other special characters leave no room to have all the special symbols of ASCII, needed by programmers among others, available on the first or second (shifted) levels without unduly increasing the size of the keyboard.
Can HKEY_CURRENT_USERKeyboard Layout -> Scancode Map be used to "redefine the keyboard layout on Windows?
Even though the following is an archived paper, I believe it's still valid for Win7: Scan Code Mapper for Windows.The following disadvantages are recognized:Once the map is stored in the registry, a system reboot is required to activate it.The mappings stored in the registry work at system level and apply to all users. These mappings cannot be set to work differently depending on the current user.The current implementation restricts the functionality of the map such that mappings always apply to all keyboards connected to the system. It is not currently possible to create a map on a per-keyboard basis.
Display selected keyboard layout in Windows 7 task-bar notification area
Go to Region and Language in control center Then pick Keyboard and Languages In earlier windows pick "Change keyboard" buttonThis opens the "Text Services and Input Languages" window There are three folders at the top . . . one of them is "Language Bar"You should find that you can restore the language bar in your taskbar tray by selecting this option in that "language bar" window.
MacBook (OS X 10.6): how to change US English keyboard layout back to normal
A solution that helped in my case: I installed KeyRemap4MacBook, and enabled 1 setting:Now the keyboard works normally. The keyboard viewer, however, displays the Japanese keyboard until I click a key, then it shows a normal US keyboard.Still it is a hack, and I will look for a solution that eliminates the problem completely.
How to change keyboard layout in gnome 3 from command line
I think you should try sudo dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration