Description of problem:
After upgrading to Fedora 18 it is not possible it Gnome to choose Shift-Shift as a shortcut for keyboard switching. This way it is not possible to set the same keyboard switching key for both console and XWindows session.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Click layout icon on the top bar
2. Regional and Language settings
3. Choose tab Input Sources
4. Follow link to "Shortcut Settings" tab Typing
5. Click to change "Switch to next source"
6. Push ShiftL-ShiftR (the linux default) or Win-Shift (windows default) or Ctrl-Shift (Windows default for some other countries).
It is not possible possible to use any of these "well known" combinations for switchin to alternate keyboards.
I would expect that all these combinations will work as users are used to them and you find them in many guides and it is confusing users.
Related links to topic just on the fedoraproject.org project itself.
and many more.
To set change layout shortcut: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?pid=1192770#p1192770
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