OpenSUSE :: Dell With KDE 4.6: Keyboard Portuguese Layout Does Not Type "/" Carachter

Feb 28, 2011

I use KDE since 4.4 so far with minor bugs, now on latest version my keyboard recuse to type the backslash '/' using Portuguese- Brazilian Layout, but the interrogation carachter '?' type fine...strange it works on 4.5, 4.4 and Gnome 2, but updating to KDE 4.6 its stopped working...

PS: I already set to Country:Brazil and Languages Portuguese and US, and in Yast/Languages Portuguese and US are set to default and secondary languages...

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