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       Status: Incomplete => Expired

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  gnome-terminal ignores current keyboard layout for ctrl+key shortcuts

Status in GNOME Terminal:
Status in Gnome Virtual Terminal Emulator:
  Fix Released
Status in gnome-terminal package in Ubuntu:
Status in gnome-terminal source package in Lucid:
  Won't Fix

Bug description:
  Binary package hint: gnome-terminal

  In Ubuntu 7.10 (Gutsy Gibbon), Gnome Terminal (2.18.2-0ubuntu1)
  doesn't respect the Dvorak keyboard layout correctly. When pressing
  Ctrl+Z to suspend a process the text size is instead decreased. Ctrl+Z
  on Dvorak is on top of the '-' key on Qwerty so I assume that it is
  somehow interpreted on the key code level.

  Operation: Pressing Ctrl+Z in the terminal window
  Expected behavior: The currently running program is suspended
  Current behaviour: Text size is decreased

  Note that the text size can be decreased by Pressing Ctrl+- on the Dvorak 
layout (the correct behavior for this command).
  Note also that the same is valid for Ctrl+'+', i.e. pressing the physical key 
of Qwerty plus is interpreted as plus but it should use the Dvorak layout 
equivalent key.

  == Regression details ==
  Discovered in version: 2.29.6-0ubuntu1
  Last known good version:

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