Because I’ve seen it the stats (yes, I check my stats regularly to learn who’s searching for what and from where, etc. ) that my previous post regarding the possibilities offered by linux, in particular with versions or flavors running the Gnome (or it’s descendant, Mate) desktop, for adding a new keyboard layout to match your locale-specific characters had quite a success, I decided to capture my screen while actually adding keyboard layouts on linux.
In this video, I’m on a Linux Mint 15, (codename Olivia) box, with Mate as a desktop manager.
The menu is the original mintmenu that comes with Linux Mint, but if you’ve replaced it, or have a different setup, going to the same lines in the menu, will get you to the same application allowing you to do the same thing.
Has this helped you ?
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