QA:Inscript2 Keymaps

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* First we need to enable extended layer which can be switched to using AltGr key. Following are the steps to enable AltGr support
 
* First we need to enable extended layer which can be switched to using AltGr key. Following are the steps to enable AltGr support

Revision as of 10:25, 13 March 2012

Description

The m17n keymaps for Indic languages that follows new Enhanced Inscript draft standard(Inscript2).


How to test

  • First we need to enable extended layer which can be switched to using AltGr key. Following are the steps to enable AltGr support
  • Start the gnome-control-center and click on "Region and Language"

Or

  • If you have already ibus running then click on ibus icon and select "Region and Language Settings"
  • Then click on the Layouts tab and then click on "Options" button.
  • Search for "key to choose 3rd level" and enable checkbox "Right Alt"
  • You need to also add inscript2 keymap to ibus.
  • After you added inscript2 keymap, restart the ibus and then select this newly added keymap
  • Once you done with above steps you can start input using this keymap. To test extended layer is working just try to input <AltGr + f > or <AltGr + r> or <AltGr + 4>. These are the input keys that most keymaps have mappings. If you will see the corresponding character using any of the 3 inputs then you have a working Inscript2 keymap.

Expected Results