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Old 21st August 2008, 02:53 PM
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Keyboard Layout Options per Keyboard

I have a USB keyboard that I use with a docking station with my Thinkpad. I'd like a few different keyboard layout options for the USB keyboard, but not for my laptop keyboard.

By "Layout Options", I mean the stuff behind the "Layout Options..." button in the Layout tab of the Gnome Keyboard Preferences. The key one is switching the Win and Alt keys.

I see how you can switch between keyboard layouts with a panel applet, or a keyboard shortcut, but it seems that the Layout Options apply to all layouts, not just one.

Possible to have these options apply to only one layout, or even better, only one hardware keyboard?
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