Re: Qt5 keyboard layout changing

I'm happy that a problem is solved in the thread, but getting back on topic I wanted to ask why the said bug appears only in GNOME? I thought the input stack is mostly identical on Linux desktops, but apparently GNOME differs by some component from the others. I need some direction in finding a workaround or debugging the issue. A few months ago I started reading about xkb and ibus and some other related stuff, but couldn't figure out what GNOME uses that other desktops don't. Any help would be appreciated.


On 03/13/2014 05:37 PM, Emmanuele Bassi wrote:
you can set the Compose key in the System Settings: Keyboard →
Shortcuts → Compose Key

you can also launch the Help, and search "compose key", which will
lead you to the step by step process.


On 13 March 2014 15:27, Hubert Figuière <hub figuiere net> wrote:
On 12/03/14 09:56 PM, Hubert Figuière wrote:
On 12/03/14 09:11 PM, Leslie S Satenstein wrote:
I've raised a bugzilla report with Gnome for either the tweak program or other, as one cannot set a non US 
layout to include the Euro.
You can set right-Alt to be <compose> and use that.
I have to stand corrected.

It works for me because I did it a 2.5 years ago and kept upgrading the

But today I can't seem to find how to change that anymore in Gnome 3.10
Like it has been removed from the settings.[1]


[1] This is Fedora 20, not sure how different this is from upstream, but
closer than some other distro, for sure.
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