Icon for quick language switch

Jarl Friis jarl at softace.dk
Mon Dec 9 18:39:48 GMT 2002

Ingo Kl~cker <kloecker at kde.org> writes:

> Jarl Friis wrote:
> > Hasanen Naufal <family at warkaa.net> writes:
> > 
> >> do you mean the keyboard layout language or the KDE interface
> >> language ??
> > 
> > Does the answer to the two interpretations of my question differ?
> Yes. In order to change the keyboard layout you have to enable at least 
> one alternative keyboard layout in the KDE Control Center. I think it 
> can be found in Peripherals->Keyboard. If you enabled at least one 
> alternative keyboard layout then a small icon will show up which allows 
> you to switch between all keyboard layouts you enabled.

Thank you very much. It would be really helpful with an option to
supply your own xmodmap file. Regularily I use a customised xmodmap file.

> Switching the language (in which all strings are displayed) is currently 
> not possible for specific applications. You can only change the global 
> language.

OK, but to do that I have to fire up control-center, and change it,
right, no icon-app is available, right?"


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