The xorg US-international key board layout is too limited. It does not have
dead accents, and some important Lat1n1 symbols as inverted "?", inverted "!"
and the Euro sign cannot be written.
It proposed a new us_intl that behaves like the Microsoft Windows
Created attachment 4186 [details]
A new us_intl layout compatible with Windows US-international layout
A new US-International layout us_intl_win, intended as a replacement of us_intl
or as an aditional layout is given. It was originally prposed by
Stefan Heinzmann (email@example.com) in the cygwin-xfree mail-list.
It has dead accents, and most of Latin1 symbols and some additions as the Euro
This layout cannot be put into xkeyboard-config since it contains 2 groups.
Could you please analyze it and try to squeeze into one group?
We already have this layout, it is "us(intl)".
The proposed one has only a couple of additional keysyms like 'masculine'
and 'ordfeminine' but lack of dead_keys that the existent 'US Intranational'
has. Is it really worth a separate layout?
(In reply to comment #3)
> We already have this layout, it is "us(intl)".
> The proposed one has only a couple of additional keysyms like 'masculine'
> and 'ordfeminine' but lack of dead_keys that the existent 'US Intranational'
> has. Is it really worth a separate layout?
I agree with this last comment.
I have not realized that us(intl) was different from us_intl. Sorry
so, closing it...