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In past versions of Gedit (with Mandriva and SuSE), there was an option to type transliterated text, which would appear in other alphabets. This option doesn't seem to be present in 2.14.0. Do you know how to get it back?
Are you using Gnome or KDE? In KDE, there is a keyboard language switching applet. You can simply click on a tray icon to change the language as well as setup a keyboard shortcut to toggle languages. I don't know if the Gnome version shows up in a tray. In any case a more general solution is probably best, and will work in other applications as well.