lib/jquery_pnotify, lib/moment, lib/lodash, misc/notification, site/engine, misc/social
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Custom English-German layout for Ubuntu

24 ноября 2019

German language contains some extra latin symbols that English language doesn't: ä, ö, ü, ß. But if you choose German keyboard layout instead of English you get some keyboard keys moved to unusual positions. If it's okay for you then you don't need to do anything with it. Just get used to the new layout! But if you wanna stay with the English version of latin keys positions you need to find some convenient way to type German specific letters.

Under the cut 3 ways to handle it:

  1. Compose key
  2. International layout with "dead keys"
  3. Write your own EN-layout