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  • knux

    When I go to Xfce’s settings, it’s the french layout which is selected (global default in fact). A didn’t use a “virtual desktop” when trying the other product. That’s why I thought there was a bug or non intuitive issue.

    But for information, here is the config of the virtual keyboard:

    xkbcomp -i 5 -xkb $DISPLAY – | grep “xkb_keycodes\|xkb_types\|xkb_compatibility\|xkb_symbols\|xkb_geometry”
    xkb_keycodes “evdev+aliases(qwerty)” {
    xkb_types “complete” {
    xkb_compatibility “complete” {
    xkb_symbols “pc+us+inet(evdev)” {
    xkb_geometry “pc(pc105)” {

    Don’t know why it’s not ‘fr’ since… I’m currently use this desktop with an fr azerty keyboard ^^


    Hi graywolf and thanks you for your response (and solution).

    But why do I need to change “virtual keyboard provided by” settings if I use my current physical desktop with a French keyboard?

    I’m an simple user who wants to use your product… If I access this desktop using [nx derivative], it’s OK. So it’s not impossible to give your software a better user experience… Just think about it 😉


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