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How to add a Hebrew keyboard in my computer (Fedara 20).

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I need to add a Hebrew keyboard in my computer (Fedara 20).

I used the tool system-config-keyboard to select the Hebrew keyboard , but among the possible choices lacks the keyboard that I need..

I thought that this keyboard is not provided by default and must be installed .. but I have not found a chance to do this installation.

I would like to have some information on how to solve my need.

posted Feb 16, 2015 by anonymous

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answer Feb 17, 2015 by Abhay Kulkarni
thank you for your suggestion, however I already solved this problem in other way..

I used the "keyboard" dialog that is in the panel "All Setting".

Inside this dialog it is a button on (the left bottom corner) titled "input sources" (this button, really, is not very much visible).

Clicking this button it is the possibility to add  keyboards. The added keyboards, are (after) showed on the top right corner of the screen, in a combo-box.
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