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Bug#232085: marked as done ("Does not show keymap question on mac")

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From: Stephen R Marenka <stephen@marenka.net>
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Subject: Allow manual choice of keymap
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Package: kbd-chooser
Version: 0.40

kbd-chooser should allow the manual selection of keymaps. For instance,
the following keymaps are currently installed for the mac subarch of 
m68k: mac-us-std, mac-us-ext, mac-de2-ext, mac-fr2-ext, mac-fr3.

At no point, even with priority=low, is there an opportunity to select
one of these keymaps. kbd-chooser takes a guess and keeps going. (None 
of these are setup as the default keyboard, in my case mac-us-ext is
always chosen.)



Stephen R. Marenka     If life's not fun, you're not doing it right!

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Closed; believed fixed due to other reports.
- Alastair

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