Ubuntu: How to write š, č



Question:

In Ubuntu, to write ā, Ä", Ä«, Å« (vowel with macron or garumzÄ«me) I type

Alt + - + letter

with the Latvian keyboard set

To write ģ, ķ, ļ, ņ (consonant with cedilla or mīkstinājuma zīme) I type

Alt + , + letter

But how to type č, š, ž (consonant with caron, haček or another type of mīkstinājuma zīme)

Alt + ??? + letter

The keyboard settings are the following: enter image description here The compose key is Right Alt

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Other options for the compose key are

Disabled, Right Ctrl, Right Win, Left Ctrl, Menu, Caps Lock.

AltGr does not appear as an option.


Solution:1

The Latvian keyboard layout is prepared for the characters you mention:

AltGr + S = Å¡

AltGr + Shift + S = Å 

AltGr + C = č

AltGr + Shift + C = Č

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Solution:2

Type

Alt + < + letter

Do not forget to use

Shift

to access

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