I have a similar issue, might be related: I'm using a mechanical Mac-spec keyboard, UK layout, USB connected through a port-expander hub. By default the @ and " keys are transposed, and a couple of other oddities like ~ and | as well. Worked around by Settings / Settings Panel / Input / Keyboard / Models / MacBook/ MacBook Pro (intl.) (macbook79)
All works fine for a while, but at some point later the settings will revert and I'm typing the wrong things again. I go back through the settings journey to find the right keyboard is still selected, hit Apply, and all is well again. I couldn't tell you if there was a fixed time period it lasts for, my usage is a little sporadic at the moment. It may even be after the login-timeout has kicked in, not sure.
I sent moksha deb package to ligoxi user for patch testings. My work is not finished but I have it saved. Maybe at some point will get back to this project. Unfortunately I am working on something different these days...
I wonder if there's a command-line alternative to Settings / Settings Panel / Input / Keyboard / Models / Select / Apply process? Then I could just throw in a cron task that runs every half-hour, and fix the symptom if not the problem?
Running Bodhi 6.1.0 Dell Latitude E6520 --- I've forgotten more about Linux than I'm ever likely to learn again.
I am an absolute newbie to linux. I have a 10 year old laptop that was operating windows 7 and loaded Bodhi 6.0.0 on the recommendation of a friend Pretty good so far, but...somehow in the initial setting up I set it to UK keyboard, when I should have set it to US keyboard language. The only fix I can see is to go to the right panel of the Key Bindings screen, scroll down to Keyboard Layouts. (About a third of the way down). To assign a key combination, click Add, and key in your combination e.g. shift+S. Next click on Use keyboard layout. Below the right-hand panel, enter the keyboard layout you want to assign the combination to i.e. (sk, fr, uk etc) I'm lost at 'assign a key combination'. Is there not some way I can go back to set-up, and just assign to U.S. keyboard language?
Sorry if this has been covered elsewhere, but it's driving me nuts
It is actually very easy to help you. On the shelf you can find a flag icon. There should be UK in your case. Click on the icon and select settings. An UK layout should appear in the list. Delete it. Now press "Add" and choose English (US) layout. That should be done...