I'm using Linux Lite 3.8 with Xfce.
Problem: need to type in question marks "?", but can't. How can I add this key to keyboard layout?
I bought a laptop in the USA that has a regular US-en keyboard. But I need to type special accents (e.g., ó, ò, ö, ô, õ, ç) and the regular keyboard layout doesn't have these keys.
So I went to "Keyboard" => "Layout" tab => set keyboard layout to Brazilian Portuguese. The keyboard model is specified here as "Generic 105-key (Intl) PC". Now I have all the keys I need, except the question mark ("?"). No combination of keys I type outputs a question mark. Usually pressing CTRLALTW inputs a "?", but this is not working, so when I use the Brazilian Portuguese keyboard layout I cannot type in question marks.
Question: How can I add a shortcut or somehow make a combination of keys output a question mark ("?") when using Brazilian Portuguese layout? (just a reminder: I don't know why, but CTRLALTW nor ALT GrW aren't working)