tdm 2,322 Posted June 7, 2020 Author Share Posted June 7, 2020 5 hours ago, EskeRahn said: Thanks. It took me a while to guess how to find the qwertY/qwertZ setting. I browsed through the Settings-tree unable to guess where it is. Gave up and tried searching for "qwerty" or "qwertz" that did not find it either. BUT if I do a search for "keyboard" or "layout" it do pop up on the search-list. 🙂 Would be nice if it had some natural entry in the settings-tree, preferably under Settings ► Language & Input ► Physical keyboard Or perhaps in a special top level setting group for all the customizations settings that are device specific. e.g. "Pro¹" or "Pro¹ specific" Yes, it would be nice to have the Pro1 specific settings sprinkled throughout the settings menus, eg. keyboard settings under keyboard, display settings under display. But doing that requires modifying the code in the settings app, which is not allowed in official Lineage builds. The way I've added the Pro1 settings is the "official" way to add device-specific settings. That said, I could possibly rename and rearrange the Pro1 settings. Perhaps Settings->System->Pro1 could be a separate screen with the keyboard and touchscreen settings. 5 hours ago, EskeRahn said: Both the qwertY and qwertZ seem to work just fine for German and Danish. (haven't looked for a lot of details, just checked the obvious) Choosing Danish, it works really well for qwertZ. I'm a little confused on the functionality triggered by FN+Æ (that is the L key on shifted qwertY). I get a special cursor and has "Sticky FN" . By the Print I expected a Backslash. The similar goes for Fn+Z (that is the ] key on shifted qwertY), where the print indicates vertical bar), and a couple of others. I believe that is key #31, which is KEY_SEMICOLON when pressed alone. The FN mapping for this key is AltGr+KEY_MINUS, because this is how to generate backslash on a German keyboard. But on a Danish keyboard, AltGr+KEY_MINUS does not seem to be labelled at all. Backslash is generated by AltGr+KEY_GRAVE (eg. the "<>" key). I would suggest leaving the keyboard as German unless you want to play with the keymaps. The reason is that when you select Danish, you are telling Android that you have a Danish keyboard. But clearly the QWERTZ keyboard is printed as German, and I have programmed it by referring to a German keyboard image. Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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