[suse-kde] Keyboard Layout
jackieinbosham at btopenworld.com
Sat Jul 31 13:53:31 BST 2004
I'm a brand new LINUX newbie SUSE-LINUX professional
9.1 www.suse.com. user. Hoping to migrate from our
P.C. pre-installed Microsoft 2000 professional. I
don't have the solution but if it's any relevent
consolation, our (out of warranty help) printer works
fine with Microsoft However since installing our above
brand of LINUX, our little old LEXMARK z11 printer
will print out the FIRST page of each new doc or
e-mail fine! HOWEVER the following pages print with
the the blue and red bubblejet passes, approx half a
font horizontally out of alignment!!! Seems there are
these glitches! The barand mission statement is
"Simply Change"! - This is my first contact with a KDE
susbscriber but I simply cannot register with KDE.
myself! Not even to enquire as to why not! Mystery
prevails! All my e-mails returned with gobbldygook!
Hope you don't mind this contact!
Sincerely, Jim Ainsworth. Hope you fix your keyboard!
--- Jim MacLeod <j75trym at blueyonder.co.uk> wrote: > On
Friday 30 Jul 2004 20:50, Ioannidis wrote:
> > Hi,
> > my keyboard layout is behaving a little strange. I
> use English(US) as my
> > default layout but each time i boot the system it
> loads a different
> > layout. I think it is German or something like
> that because it has the
> > -umlauds if i say it correctly-. Anyway, if i run
> yast and select
> > keyboard layout, i see that English(US) is checked
> and if i press Accept
> > then my layout is ok.
> > What can cause this because it wasn't always like
> this. Is there a
> > config file?
> Control Centre - Regional & Accessibility - Keyboard
> Add the keyboard layout you want, ie US English
> > Thanks!
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