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Italian keyboard is not mapped correctly #401

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jsfan3 opened this Issue Nov 30, 2017 · 0 comments

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jsfan3 commented Nov 30, 2017

On a fresh install of the latest GalliumOS for BayTrail on Acer CB3-131-C0ED Chromebook, the Italian keyboard is not mapped correctly. That means that all keys work correctly, but the special char "@" and "#" are not mapped. On the Italian keyboard, to type "@" I have to press AltGr+ò, and to type "#" I have to press AltGr+à. I didn't tested other special char like "[", "]", "{", "}", etc.

Updating GalliumOS didn't solve this issue.

I small workaround to fix this issue is to disable the Italian mapping, choosing "Use System Defaults". After that, all keys are mapped correctly, but the keys to set brightness (F6, F7) stopped to work (it's not a problem, because the brightness can be modified on the battery icon).

I've done a Full ROM Firmware update using the "ChromeOS Firmware Utility Scrpt" by mrchromebox.tech before installing GalliumOS. I installed GalliumOS by ISO on a USB-Stick.

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