Bug ID: 1389939
Summary: Can't insert Czech special characters with active
QA Contact: extras-qa(a)fedoraproject.org
Description of problem:
Czech language has special characters like "ě", "č", "ž"
etc. These characters
are located on the keys with numbers (I mean laptop keyboard with number keys
in the top row). So if I activate EN keyboard, I type numbers. If I use CS, I
type those special czech characters (numbers can be still inserted with Shift).
Using cs-CZ (Typing Booster) keyboard does not allow to use those spec. Czech
characters anymore because numbers are still active. So I cannot type those
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
and all versions before
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Add additional input sources "Czech (qwerty)" & "Czech (Czech - CZ
2. Activate EN keyboard - pressing number keys makes numbers
3. Activate "Czech (qwerty)" - pressing number keys produces spec. characters
like "ě", "č", "ž" etc. Press shift and number key to get
4. Activate "Czech - CZ (typing booster)" - pressing number keys produces
Can't insert Czech spec. character located on number key
Typing numbers under CZ typing booster inserts those CZ characters like when
using CZ keyboard.
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