Gnome Keyboard Layout Switch
It’s a tool, that allow painlessly switching between multiple keyboard layouts.
It splits all input sources into groups: primary and secondary. By default first two input sources are used as primary. It could be changes with -p option.
It uses LEFT ALT + LEFT SHIFT to switching between primary input sources and RIGHT ALT + RIGHT SHIFT to switch between secondary input sources.
For example, I have 4 input sources en,ru,pl,uk. I can switch between en,ru with LEFT ALT + LEFT SHIFT and between pl,uk with RIGHT ALT + RIGHT SHIFT.
If you already use ALT + SHIFT combination with Gnome Tweeks it should be turned off.
How to install
sudo apt install python3-gi libcairo2-dev libgirepository1.0-dev git clone https://github.com/un1t/gnome-keyboard-layout-switching cd gnome-keyboard-layout-switching make
Ckeck if it works
Without options, first two languages are used as primary.
Select specific languages as primary.
./venv/bin/python main.py -p en,ru
Add entry to “Startup Application Preferences”
File ~/.config/autostart/gnome-keyboard-layout-switch.desktop is created. You can modify it to provide custom options.