Change the switching behavior of the keyboard shortcut for the input source in Ubuntu 18.04

I recently switched from Ubuntu 16.04 to 18.04 and one thing bothers me.

The problem I have is the behavior when switching the keyboard layout to 18.04. I have 3 keyboard layouts, say [X,Y,Z] I'll switch that on between times Super+space,

Click on Ubuntu 16.04 Super+space with a break in between the layout changed from X -> Y, Y -> Z, Z -> X. So immediately to the next layout from the list [X,Y,Z],

Click on Ubuntu 18.04 Super+space would change the layout to the latest layout, So, if I use layout X and changes to Y. By knocking Super+spaceNext time I try to change the layout, the list would look something like this [Y,X,Z]So if I want to change Z I have to double tap instead of once.

My question is, how can I change the layout switching behavior in 18.04 so that it corresponds to that in Ubuntu 16.04?

I think this difference is due to GNOME in 18.04, but I can not find a similar question / answer. I'm new here, so maybe I missed something obvious, but help is appreciated!

Usability – Hides the keyboard in a mobile app with a chat

I'm assuming that typing on zone 3 is not possible because it contains touch-sensitive elements that would trigger.

1st option (questionable)

would be something like one invisible "security layer" At the top of this zone, which intercepts a touch event and closes the keyboard without triggering the onTouch listeners of the underlying elements. I think I've seen this in some apps, but currently I can not remember a specific example.

But this would definitely have to be tested by the user for acceptance.

2nd option

Since you said your users pressed the X in the navigation bar anyway, it might help to place the Hide Keyboard action there to find them? (And help distinguish it from the action to close the dialog box.)

Of course, this only works if you do not have any action there yet.

Suggestion to insert an action in the ios navigation bar

External Keyboard – Can not use Gamepad on Android (ipega 9120)

Need help with this problem.
I bought a new ipega controller 9120. I followed the instructions to connect the devices to my phone.
I press the Home button and the left pad. The gamepad is on and blinking blue. I paired it with my phone and connected it successfully. But I can not use it for anything. And Octopus app does not recognize anything. I tried it on mi a1, mi a2, redmi note 5 and asus max per m2. The controller does the same.
Need help with that.

thank you in advance

Windows – Enabling the driver signature check disables the keyboard and mouse

So a few weeks ago I got a Kinect and wanted to use it with my PC. So during the setup process, I had to disable the driver signature check for it to work. After rebooting and advanced settings, I was able to disable it and use the Kinect.

When I tried today to start apex legends, I was told that the anti-cheat requires verification of the digital signature.

So I restarted my computer and ran the same steps to re-enable it (the menu option is still displayed as "Disabling the Driver Signature Check".

After I made the changes and started the computer, my keyboard and mouse stopped working. I could not even get to the login.

After restarting and switching it worked again. But I still can not start apex legends. Is there anything I can do to change the driver signature verification, but my mouse and keyboard work?

Do you remember the language of the physical keyboard for Android?

I have a Galaxy Tab S4 with the "Book Cover Keybaord".
Unfortunately, Android does not remember the language of the physical keyboard.
And it's designed to be connected only when you need it.
This means that I have to readjust the language every time I use the keyboard. This is of course annoying.

Is there a way to let Android remember the language, ideally without rooting the device?

Many Thanks

The Macbook is confused by changing the external USB keyboard

I have two different locations to use my MacBook Pro and connect an external USB keyboard in both places. They are both 104 keys and have identical layouts.

When I plug in the keyboard for the first time, it often (not always) works properly. The modifier keys are completely wrong and then most regular keys are also translated incorrectly.

What I have done so far is to mess around with the laptop's built-in keyboard and then toggle between keyboard functionality (a few seconds to a minute) mostly goes back to normal.

I could not commit to a pattern that works reliably better than the above – which is messy and moderately unpredictable.

Has anyone found that and found a better solution?

Answers to comments

  • A reboot has no effect: This behavior has been occurring for at least months
  • "identical location" not sure what that means, but both USB ports have been tested several times and do not affect the outcome