@Geraldo: When seeing your comment #175, I can't help thinking of bug
#1573755. It's a subtle issue, and to check if that is what you have,
you can either enter a guest session or create a new test user.

Otherwise, one observation I have made is that Wayland (enabled by
default in Ubuntu 17.10, but won't be in Ubuntu 18.04) makes this more
difficult. So logging in to Xorg sessions is safer so far in this

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  cedilla appears as accented c (ć instead of ç) when typing 'c

Status in xkeyboard-config:
  Won't Fix
Status in xlibs:
  Fix Released
Status in ibus package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Released
Status in language-selector package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Released
Status in libx11 package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Released

Bug description:
  When typing in a US-international keyboard with dead-keys (or 
  typing 'c results in an accented c instead of a cedilla.

  There is a workaround, which is editing the


  file and changing the line

  "cedilla" "Cedilla" "gtk20" "/usr/share/locale"


  "cedilla" "Cedilla" "gtk20" "/usr/share/locale"

  (add the 'en' at the end).

  However, every time some update on this file is applied, one looses the 
  and we get back to the accented c. That means having to modify the file again,
  logout and login.

  For me this is no problem. But for my brother, mom, dad, etc, it is always 
  that at least makes me less proud of having convinced them to use Ubuntu, 
  they don't know what to do each time this happens.

  I think we really need a configurable keyboard layout, or at least (and that 
  be very easy), the inclusion of alternate layouts on install that for the 
  options (as US-deadkey and UK-deakey), alternate layouts as 

  This change is relevant for at least Portuguese and French.

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