Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 649604
default keyboard layout lost after login
Last modified: 2012-08-16 14:54:51 EDT
Description of problem:
I use "USA International (AltGr dead keys)" as my keyboard layout.
This is the only one, that I've set in System > Preferences > Keyboard > Layouts.
After loging out and loging back in, I have another keyboard layout added to the list: "USA International (with dead keys)" (they're not equal), and that one is set as primary one.
When I remove this layout, so the only remaining one is "USA International (AltGr dead keys)", it's all over again, when I log out and back in.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
FC14 *and* FC13
I had this issue with FC13 and now in FC14 it's still there.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Go to System > Preferences > Keyboard > Layouts.
2. Select "USA International (AltGr dead keys)" as your one and only layout.
3. Log out and back in.
4. Check keyboard layouts again.
The layout "USA International (with dead keys)" reappears and is set as primary after loging in.
The layout I've selected ("USA International (AltGr dead keys)") should remain the only one.
I have my own .xmodmaprc, but even without that file, I still get the same problem.
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