View Full Version : How to set Thai Keyboard on a panel.

April 2nd, 2005, 08:01 AM
Dear All

I have found that someone want to know about setting Thai font on ubuntu panel.
This may be useful for you who are looking for it.

First, right-click on a panel -> add to panel --> (select) keyboard indicator .
Then, you will see the language indicator on the panel. It is the text symbol (us.).

To make keyboard support thai font,
right - click on that language indicator and
select--> Open Keyboard Preferrence --> layouts and
then add thai-font(Thai-Kadmanee or others) from the avialable layouts list to selected layouts.
Finally, you can enjoy using thai keyboard.


April 2nd, 2005, 08:04 AM
:-| This applies to any other language by the way .