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Re: Pick the broken language selector you prefer


The naming is probably an ubuntu thing, and its quite possible the bug is caused by one of the many ubuntu/debian patches against

On 07/10/12 00:49, Everaldo Canuto wrote:
> Got it now.
> The GNOME's interface is much nicer but besides the mentioned bug it
> is not easy to guess that to change language you need to go in the
> keyboard stuff. The language selector is not so nice but it works and
> also we have a "language selector" on Control Center. IMHO we can keep
> both right now and maybe I can work with upstream to provide something
> better for 13.04 cicle to integrate features from
> gnome-language-selector on Control Center.
> Is the hard to implement? I havent checked the source code (yet) but
> don't looks to be hard fix this insteado of hide tab.
> Cheers,
> 2012/10/6 Jeremy Bicha <jbicha@xxxxxxxxxx>:
>> On 5 October 2012 06:01, Everaldo Canuto <everaldo.canuto@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> How I can call the default gnome's language selector?
>> Sorry for leaving out those details. You can get Ubuntu's by
>> installing language-selector-gnome and running
>> gnome-language-selector.
>> The GNOME one is built into System Settings (when running GNOME Shell)
>> and is called Keyboard Layout.
>> Jeremy
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