Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 636424
anaconda does not show any hint how to switch between keyboard layouts
Last modified: 2012-08-16 14:54:35 EDT
Description of problem:
If choose some keymap in keyboard selection step anaconda does not show any hint how to switch between layouts.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Choose non-english keymap in keyboard selection stop. (for example from Cyrillic group).
2. Try to input root password or what ever.
You will not be aloud to input root password cause your default keyboard will be Cyrillic. So you should find a way how to switch between keyboard layouts. That might confuse non-experienced user.
Some hint on keyboard selection step about how to switch between keyboard layouts.
In the graphical UI, anaconda just wraps childWindow from system-config-keyboard, so that'd be the best place to add a tooltip, label, or other small UI hint as to what to do.
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