[SOLVED] How to see a keyboard layout preview on linux?
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Gnome have its won tool for it, "gnome-keyboard-properties" and then under the layout tab select the keyboard set that you want to see(if you have more than one) and then you will have the option(button) show.
Anyone know how? or a program? I use KDE and Slackware.
I tried to locate this as well in KDE (Kubuntu) but that option seems not to be there. In Ubuntu with Gnome-session-fallback, that I prefer to use, this option is available out of the box. Click keyboard icon in panel > Show layout. Then the layout is there in full view and can be left open for reference viewing when needed.