gapan wrote:seacat wrote:Oh yes, I used it. But due to there isn't latinamerican layout in the list, I had to configure the keyboard layout as spanish. For that reason I've little differences with some keys. For example, in GNOME or KDE exists the option "la" or "la-latin1" and works well. Is it possible to add the latinamerican layout to the keyboard configuration tool?
Yes. I can see there is a la-latin1 keymap. But you need to tell me what is the corresponding XkbLayout is so I can add it to keyboardsetup/gtkkeyboardsetup. Also if there is an XkbVariant that should be used by default or any XkbOptions.
Well, I found a solution but I have a question. You'll see... I used the keyboard utility from Settings menu (I guess this is the right name, because I use my desktop in Spanish). Any way, in this utility there is a tab "layout" that allows to change the current keyboard layout and here exists the "latinamerican" layout (called "latam") with his variants. So, I configured correctly my keyboard.
An now the question. At least in Xfce version, there are two different ways to config:
1) Using gtkkeyboardsetup in System menu (and accessed with password)
2) Using Keyboard in Settings menu (which is accessed without password and it is part of Xcfe config)
Which is the sense to have two different applications doing the same task with different results and one of them protected by password and the other not?