xterm / Windows 10 question

Andrey Repin anrdaemon@yandex.ru
Wed Jun 13 08:10:00 GMT 2018

Greetings, Matt Nicholas!

> Hi Jon,

> Thanks for the additional comments.

> The two keyboard layouts that are installed are "ENG US" and "ENG INTL".
> (These are the two I see when I toggle through them using <Windows
> Key>+space.)

Why? Do you need the INTL one? If not, just remove it.

> I just rebooted the laptop and did not observe the problem with xterm
> windows that prompted my initial post.  I suppose this all makes sense
> based on the fact that xterm windows use the layout that was in effect when
> the X Server was started.  I.e., you can't subsequently change the behavior
> of xterm by selecting a different layout using <Windows Key>+space.  (At
> that point can use "setxkbmap us".)

> My understanding at this point is that the only thing necessary is to make
> sure the desired layout (in my case "ENG US") is selected before starting
> the X Server.

That makes little sense to me.
What if I have more than one input language? What if I actually NEED both

With best regards,
Andrey Repin
Wednesday, June 13, 2018 5:50:14

Sorry for my terrible english...

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