I use many languages, right now 7 and I don't like to use only one shortcut to move among them in a cyclic way. Because I am simply not using them in a cyclic order :) In Windows, one can assign a specific shortcut for each separately. For example
Ctrl+1 for Persian,
Ctrl+2 for English, ...,
Ctrl+6 for Thai etc. Therfore at any time no matter what language my keyboard is at the moment, I just need to press one shortcut to move to the language that I want (not repeating the shortcut until arriving to the desired language). And I type in several languages in the same text very often, so it is not matter of just using one language at a time. I have moved my old computer from Windows 10 to Linux Mint 20.1 with Cinnamon and I'm kind of insisting to remain on this combination. Now the question is how can I have my
Ctrl+number here in Mint+Cinnamon?
All searches took me to only how to assign the cyclic layout changing shortcut. Therefore I'm asking this question here ^_^