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Before you post please read this
I don't use LCDE.
I use xfce.
So things are probably a bit different.
I didn't understand your question.
Did you have a question?
Here is how I was able to create a dual language (EN & DK) keyboard.
I change languages by pressing ctrl and shift together
with my left pinky finger. EZ PZ.
Go to ==>> etc/default/keyboard
This configuation stays boot after boot. I've never had it fail.
I have no icon in my panel showing the current language.
Xfce doesn't do this automatically.
I need to test your solution as I would like a language icon.
Gnome-2 desktop does this automatically in Ubuntu 10.04.
Wirth's law - Software is getting slower more rapidly than hardware becomes faster.
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Hi from a linux mint newbie.
I am running:
DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Linux Mint 14 Nadia"
VERSION="12.10, Quantal Quetzal"
PRETTY_NAME="Ubuntu quantal (12.10)"
I want to switch between English and simplified chinese input.
1. First, since I dont have a keyboard layout on the panel I tried to add it by right clicking the bottom panel and clicked "+Add to panel". But I dont have a "keyboard layout indicator" in the pulldown list.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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