Hi all, Qubes noob here. I have successfully installed Qubes 4.0.4, but I’ve ran into an issue I don’t know how to solve. My native language is Portuguese, and it uses fairly often the letter ç (cedilha). Normally to get this letter on Windows, with an English US International keyboard layout, all I need to do is type ‘+c. On Linux, the issue is a bit more complicated, as the result of typing ‘+c is ć, not ç. This can be fixed by setting the keyboard layout as “English US international with dead keys” and following this guide.
I’ve changed the keyboard layout of Qubes (via the Dom0 keyboard tool) to “English US international with dead keys”, but I am unsure how to apply the steps of the guide on Qubes. Perhaps I am missing something but I could not find anything on my search through the docs.
One way to solve this would be to use the brute force method, meaning, go qube by qube and perform this adjustment. I would prefer to avoid that kind of ham-fisted method if at all possible as it would require me to remember to do this on all appVMs I create and my memory is not even remotely that reliable. Does anyone know of a way to set the output of typing ‘+c in a more general way in Qubes?
PS.: I would prefer to keep my keyboard layout English as I live outside of my country and have to frequently type things is 3 different languages. Having to switch keyboard layouts all the time gets frustrating really fast (I’ve tried).