I have the following problem: I use the
intl variant of
gb keyboard layout, i.e., what you get with:
setxkbmap -layout gb -variant intl
I use gmail in Firefox, and for some reason, the gmail shortcut to move between tabs in the inbox, which is trigged with the key ~, does not work.
The problem comes from having to press ~ and Space afterwards, so 2 keys, to get the symbol (that is the intl variant, which allows me to write
ñ, the Spanish letter).
I've tried the
us layout with the
intl variant, and in that case the shortcut works, because the
~ symbol can be triggered with AltGr + ~.
So, what I want is to have the same behaviour with the
gb layout. Or, generally, to map ~ to any other combination (not involving more than one key).