Re: Brazilian portuguese keyboard and accented characters (á, ç, ã)
Sounds like you had one of the English layouts with dead keys enabled
on your other laptop. In Gnome you can just add the extra layouts
under Settings -> Region & language -> input sources.
On 23 September 2015 at 11:15, Markos <email@example.com> wrote:
> I just installed Jessie in an IBM ThinkPad X60.
> When I select the Keyboard "en" the keys work properly but can not generate
> non-English characters or accented characters, such as ç, ã or á.
> At another laptop (ThinkPad Z61) I type:
> ' + c -> ç
> ' + a -> á
> ~ + a -> ã
> How to configure the IBM ThinkPad X60 keyboard to do the same?
Michael Graham <firstname.lastname@example.org>