I've tried to search around for a solution to this nagging issue with the cedilla character (ç) on systems with a US-layout keyboard. On every other system I have used, that character is input by hitting the apostrophe key <'> and then the letter <c>. That's not only customary, but it is way less cumbersome than the composing solution I've seen sometimes, which involves pressing <right ALT> + <,> and then <c>.
Is there a way to fine tune my desktop so that pressing <'> and then <c> gives me a cedilla as opposed to the funky accented ć? I read somewhere that that was the expected result on a Unicode-enabled Linux system, but I'd rather give up Unicode than put up with this annoyance. I also tried fiddling
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Also, strangely Opera browser does exactly what I want with the <'>+<C> combo and gives me a c-cedilla, but all other apps doesn't.
Under keyboards prefs, I also found a very absurd layout config for the so-called "Brazil Nativo for USA keyboards" that in nothing resembles the QWERTY that is should be.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.