In Ubuntu to make switching layouts with the current center of the screen?


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Prompt how to make so that when you switch the keyboard layout changed not only the indicator but the process is displayed on the screen.

So, as in MacOS X.

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Today the large monitors, and have squints constantly in the corner, in order to understand which layout is enabled.
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For Windows accidentally Nasher decision (by post): autoit-script.ru/index.php?topic=2212.0
Here's a direct link to the file: yashied.narod2.ru/ProjectFiles/iSwitcher/iSwitcher_bin.zip
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as an option.I use cairo-dock it is possible to have become the indicator of the layout where it is convenient and customize it to fit your taste.
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Like, I can recommend to change the layout. because the light on the keyboard is a great indicator.
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Led Scroll-Lock on the keyboard does not roll yet? Anyway, you can configure "Locatelli" layouts. A little getting used to and just include the desired layout before typing.
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it's worth digging in the direction of notify-osd. in General xneur knows how to give popup with layout name
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Mmm, and where is include in mac os, do you know? Don't see something
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