I've been using Kubuntu Precise on my MacBook 3,1 for a couple of weeks and was quite satisfied, but I have read that Linux Mint is more Mac-like and wanted to try it out. I just installed Maya (Cinnamon) this morning and updated it with Nadia backport. All I can say is that it is a true beauty.
So far I have installed Thai language package and been able to use it without problem; except for the fact that I can't find or create a keyboard shortcut to toggle between English and Thai. So to switch to the other language I have to click on the flag icon which is quite uncool.
I found in "System Settings" that a custom shortcut can be created in "Keyboard" section, but the right command had to be entered that would be equivalent to clicking the flag icon. Could someone tell me what command that would be? While using Kubuntu I was able to assigned "alt-space" for toggling the two layouts and already unbound it from window menu shortcut in Maya. Just need to know the rigth command is all.