Which keyboard shortcut is the best place to change the layout in Ubuntu?


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As long as you have not used Emacs for switching layouts was Alt+Shift.

But Emacs is the combination required.
To put in Ctrl+Shift too, Nelya, because in Ubuntu this combination is often used (Nautilus for example).

In the end I use CapsLock, but I don't like it.

Tried Alt+Space (schematically as on the Mac), but not too much.

Therefore, I ask Council, what keys to put to be comfortable and not interfere with Emacs'?
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Put how convenient.
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The "Caps" to include English "Caps+Shift" — to include Russian. And forget "switches".
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bugs.launchpad.net/xorg-server/+bug/36812 description of the bug and the patch.
\rlaunchpad.net/~oded-geek/+archive/xorg-patches ppa with the patched xorg.
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After the patch, you can even choose ctrl+shift, though alt+shift hotkeys [ctrl|alt]+shift+the button will break off.
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Eventually settled on ALT+SPACE, while unusual, but Emacs'do not interfere when on the MacBook are not confused.
Before that in Ubuntu for a long time used CapsLock.
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Thanks for the tips.
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I personally switch right [Ctrl], I feel so comfortable...
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To put in Ctrl+Shift too, Nelya, because in Ubuntu this combination is often used (Nautilus for example).

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Disagree, how many can remember always that the key combination to change the layout, without nikokih problems.
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I have the right Alt, it is quite convenient to press it with the thumb of the right hand.
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