KDE 'changes' my keyboard
Petrus de Calguarium
kwhiskerz at gmail.com
Mon Jan 25 03:04:09 UTC 2010
Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
> I actually have one in my name
The proper (non-anglicized) spelling of my name has an umlauted u (ü), so I also
use it a lot.
Kevin Kofler wrote:
> IMHO us-intl should be the default for US locales, I
> don't see why we're defaulting to legacy monolingual crap.
I agree 100%.
More and more people are not anglicizing their names when they move to Canada, as
they once did until the 50s, when my family immigrated; Canada is officially
bilingual, hence the need for 2 types of keyboards, yet us-intl (also sometimes
shown as us-acentos) will correctly handle all Western, and likely most Eastern
European languages, plus a good number of other languages as well; the world is
becoming increasingly interconnected, particularly textually, through the Internet;
and there is absolutely no inconvenience to using a keyboard with all of its
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