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Old 14th October 2009, 05:34 PM
slavadev Offline
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Question Rebind laptop button or other keyboard layout?

I have problem after installing fresh installation of fedora 11 KDE. I don't have with EN layout "|" symbol. I have a key on the laptop keyboard "|" aka "\", but when I press it it outputs "<" or ">" with EN layout. In the RUS layout this button works half well, it outputs: "|" and "/". so it's also a problem... Is there any solution what can I do? I have tried many keyboard models in the Keyboard Layout - KDE, and Layout variants, but it isn't helpful... Any solution mates?

i need! - "|" && "\"
rus(RUSSIAN) - "|" && "/"
en(USA) - "<" && ">"
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Old 14th October 2009, 10:03 PM
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I'm using the "Ireland" layout and my | key works as the shifted version of \
The USA layout is very confusing as i think many european layouts are based on the English (UK) Layout then changed to suit native languages. i could be wrong tho.
Try "Ireland"
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