Quoting Marcos Japa Umino (email@example.com): > On Fri, Jun 6, 2008 at 12:44 PM, Christian Perrier <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > Do you think we can safely drop one between br-abnt2 and br-latin1 ? > > But those are for different keyboards. The abnt2 keyboard has > keystrokes for ç and ', ", ',`,/,. are in different positions. They > also map differently from the us-international keyboards. Both us-intl > and abnt2 keyboards are very common in Brazil. Many suppliers still > sell desktops/servers with us-intl keyboards, and (wrongly) mapping an > us-intl keyboard with an abnt2 mapping gives some inaccessible > keystrokes. Also, european keymappings differ from br-latin1, afaik. Hmm, sorry but that's unclear. You're telling me that abnt2 keyboards and US keyboards are common in Brazil. Fine. Users *do* have choice between those. Actually, they can even choose a French, German, Thai or whatever keymap. The point is knowing if there is a need to have the choice for *br-latin1* and this, *during installation*, knowing that choosing br-latin1 will indeed setup a system with a US keymapping in X (so, pretty confusing). I don't want to remove the choice for ABNT2 vs. US. I suggest removing the br-latin1 choice...
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