switch keyboard shortcut
I run KDE 3.X and for the life of it, can't figure out how to assign the "ALT+SHIFT" to switch between keyboard layouts? The default AL+SHIFT+K switches from EN to second one and after that it (obviously) doesn't work.
saw a few posts (http://www.linux-archive.org/gentoo-...alt-shift.html), but the flag is not changing in the tray.
I also tried to go thru "Keyboard shortcuts", but for whatever reason, it doesn't want to accept the combination of "alt+shift" and expects another key ( i guess).
I'm using Centos 5.2 and the the keyboard model is "MS natural keyboard pro" with US and two Cyrillic layouts - one of them is phonetic.
after some frustrating hours:
1. Disable the xkb
2. In Control Center-> REgional and Accessibility ->Keyboard shortcuts : I was finally able to change the behavior to right cntrl + menu.
Well, it's not what i wanted, but at least smth.
I also noticed that it ( this shortcut accepting dialog) is thinking that right shift has a different code ( Other_Region) then the left one ( Shift_L). It's strange because the hev reports the same codes :
You could take a key you never use, like Pause or Scroll Lock, and turn it into ISO_Next_Group. I also have the shifted version as ISO_Prev_Group. I do this by editing the keyboard driver files, but you could do it with xmodmap.
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