Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 815319
bluetooth keyboard does not honor layout settings
Last modified: 2013-07-31 16:29:06 EDT
Description of problem:
My Logitech diNovo keyboard does not honor the layout settings.
The laptop internal keyboard works as expected in gnome, giving the selected norwegian keyboard layout. My external bluetooth keyboard gives me US english layout in gnome.
In the text console, both give me the same layout. A mostly correct layout but with errors concering special norwegian characters. Since they behave the same in the text console but different in gnome I assume the errors in the text console are a different problem. The bluetooth keyboard worked fine in fedora 16.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
yum updated today
Steps to Reproduce:
I am not certain what component in gnome to report this on, so this is my best guess.
This is weird... After several attempts, including reboots, logout/login, etc I typed in this bug report. I still had the problem then. Then I went for lunch, and after unlocking the screen now, they layout is correct! Screen lock/unlock is the only change.
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