This should work but it's more of a workaround than solution and I haven't personally tested it. Try changing your language to English in Settings and then use button "Apply to login screen, guest account and new users". Later on change back to Malay on your account and don't use the option to apply Malay to login screen.
The result should be English as ...
Take a look in the following files:
This files are created by the xdg-user-dir tool. The .dirs file have the actual names of the default user folders, and the .locale file keeps the language they are set.
If you can't find the .locales file, you've likely checked "don't ask to change the names again" in ...
GUI method , does not always work
Go to Settings > Language and Region. You will see something like
Then click the unblock button and enter your password. In formats select your correct region and language .It is India (English) for you , I set United States because there isn't a English format for my location and I think that this is a bug with elementary ...
To install any language follow the steps:
Open software & updates --> updates tab --> Enable trusty-security and trusty-updates
Open terminal and run:
sudo apt-get update
Now Go to system settings --> Language & Region --> Unlock --> Hit +
Select required language and double click. It will complete installation.
If installation ...
Nothing wrong in your steps, it happens to me as well, might be a bug.
But we need to install
While installing from terminal using apt-get getting dependency errors as in the bug.(I missed the bug page, I will add the link later)
I manually installed all ...
Open terminal and type
$ sudo apt install ibus-avro
Type in terminal sudo im-config and select OK then Yes
Select Ibus as input method for the system
Click Ok and Ok for the next windows. Then restart your computer.
Type in terminal ibus-setup and remember your keyboard shortcut to switch layout, in our case it's Ctrl + Space
Choose Input Method tab and ...
I'll try to help with this one:
First, obviously, enable the extension in Code's Preferences.
Now, right-clicking inside a document will let you choose from one of the pre-existing languages:
If, like me, you might need a language that is not in the list, you can easely add it if you have the available dictonary files. The extension 'looks' for available ...
Make sure your system is up-to-date first (there have been updates related to language settings recently):
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade
Then go to System Settings > Language & Region (example screenshot), click on English in the left sidebar and then "Set System Language". You will likely have to enter your password to proceed.
In short, there should be. Elementary's Mail is based on Geary, which added support for changing spell check dictionaries in June 2016. The feature does not appear to have been ported to the elementary version. As an alternative, you can install and use Geary until elementary addresses the issue (sudo apt install geary).
I opened a feature request for the ...
I guess Telegram expects the wrong input method. You have two ways to fix it:
Tell Telegram (and other Qt apps) to use xim
Just set QT_IM_MODULE=xim before running it
Add ibus-daemon to your startup applications
I don't know which one is better. There is a discussion in Telegram's github:
This was an issue with someone mistakenly entering French translations into the translation website. This only affected the English (UK) translations, US English was unaffected.
These changes have been reverted and the issue should now resolve itself automatically over the coming days.
See here for the bug report on GitHub where the issue was tracked down ...
The best way to type in Japanese on Linux in my experience is to use the mozc input method. It's hidden a little bit in Elementary OS 6, but this is how you can get it working:
Open "System Settings" and go to "Keyboard"
Under "Layout", make sure the left-most list has the keyboard layouts that you have installed. I am using a ...
Visit the Languages @ elementary Weblate to get an overview of the languages supported in elementary OS. If you want to view the support on a per app basis, go to the Projects @ elementary Weblate. If you want to improve the translations, give this Translation Guide a read.
Shift+ Caps Lock shortcut does work well if you set it to switch your keyboard layouts, I checked on that. However, to be able to actually type with Korean characters instead of Latin ones, in addition to Korean keyboard layout you have to install additional input method (Korean Hangul). On how to do that in Ubuntu-based OS, please refer to this page.
Great to see a fellow Thai in here.
Now as for the font, I assume you want to change it to Thai serif font.
Elementary OS come with both san-serif and serif Thai fonts. All you need to do is change the default font from san-serif to serif. And you can do that by copying these font files:
Support for Genie is built into the Vala compiler. You can install the Vala compiler as follows:
$ sudo apt install valac
From this you may compile either Vala or Genie, as, for example:
$ valac example.gs -o example
Then run as:
You can also compile both Vala and Genie as, for example:
$ valac example.vala example.gs -o example
If you ...
Got the same thing happening as well... My workarournd in the "SystemSettings" window is click on "unlock"button in the right upper corner as admin and add a language on the "+" button on the left corner. WHen I added my language this way somehow all other languages where shown as well at this point.
I have been researching about your problem and finally found a plausible explanation:
"A package only gets updates if it is installed, so if the languages are updated, they must be installed somehow.
To manage installed packages in a detailed way, Synaptic is a convenient tool.
You can install Synaptic from the Software Center (or by the command sudo apt-...