Thanks for your report!
If you think there is a need to modify the Nepali keyboard layout, I
have to ask you to request that change upstream, more specifically here:
If you do, please post a comment here with a link to the upstream bug
It's worth mentioning that if you install the ibus-m17n package, a
couple of IBus input methods for Nepali are made available. One of those
may fit your needs better.
** Changed in: xkeyboard-config (Ubuntu)
Status: New => Incomplete
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Nepali Keyboard symbol should have zero width joiner and non joiner
Status in xkeyboard-config package in Ubuntu:
The symbols file located at '/usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols/np' doesnot
seem to work for zero width joiner. The 'equal' key in line 22 should
work as zero width joiner.
'पर्=यो' is the output while it should be 'पर्यो' ।
The workout seems to be replacing 'equal' in line 22 with '0x100200D'
Also, the upper keys in numbers i.e. @,#,$,% etc are missing and
should be available as is except for +,= where zero width joiner and
non-joiner are used.
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