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    How to create keyboard layouts in Natty?

    I use a keyboard layout that I made a while back because I need very special diacritics for my academics. I copied my files 10.10 into 11.04, but I still don't have the option to use the layout.

    What now?

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    Re: How to create keyboard layouts in Natty?

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    Re: How to create keyboard layouts in Natty?

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    Re: How to create keyboard layouts in Natty?

    To the OP: If you use the system for work, revert to 10.04. Lucid worked; Natty has a lot of experimental stuff.

    I would like to know the answer to this as well, since I also use some unusual diacritics, but for conlanging so they're not as critical.

    Failing that, instructions for using X11's editable compose key table instead of GNOME's hard-coded (and always missing the combination you want) compose key table would be helpful as well.
    Last edited by Telumel; June 1st, 2011 at 12:47 AM.

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