Greater-than and less-than symbols in Spanish keyboard layout

asked 2016-07-29 05:42:10 -0500

Alberto_MA gravatar image

Hello. After installing Fedora 24, I have noticed that some keys within the Spanish keyboard layout are not working properly. Namely, I am now unable to write '<' or '>' by using a their specific key, which exists in the usual Spanish keyboard layout (you can see it next to the left Shift key in the picture below).

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Instead, I am now forced to use the combination Ctrl+Alt+Z or Ctr+Alt+X, since the specific key is not useful anymore with the Spanish keyboard layout that is included in Fedora 24 (included below).

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I have searched for other Spanish layouts that are included, but all of them have the same problem. How can I solve this? It seems the 'configuration file' defining the keys, if such thing exists, is not correct. Should I change it manually? How?


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The first question I have is what is you keyboard layout Spanish keyboards come as Spanish Spain and Spanish Latinoamerica, main difference is where the back slash "/" is located with that information you can look on the keyboard layout to set it up for Spanish.

aeperezt gravatar imageaeperezt ( 2016-07-29 10:42:54 -0500 )edit