Keyboard setup on Linux

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Re: Keyboard setup on Linux

Postby Geoff|Dyalog on Wed Nov 15, 2017 10:31 am

I don't have a Linux Mint to hand.

However, you want to look for a switch groups (or layouts) option rather than the level selector you have enabled.

On my KDE this is in the GUI as "Switching to another layout". I would expect Cinnamon to use exactly the same wording.

I would, also, suggest you enable the "Position of the compose key" - I, usually use the Menu key for this. It means you can type all sorts of things as well as all of the APL "overstrikes" that Unicode defines.

If this doesn't help: Say so and I will set up a Linux Mint VM.
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Re: Keyboard setup on Linux

Postby dhdurgee on Wed Nov 15, 2017 1:05 pm

You were correct. I disabled the "Key to choose 3rd level" and enabled my "Right Win key (while pressed)" in "Switching to another layout" and now I have access to the APL symbols.

Thank you for pointing out my error.

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