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Keyboard layout changes to US on boot

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Langley:
I have a danish keyboard but for some stupid reason my ThinkPad T520 does not have the <>\ key (between Z and shift), so in order to write < and > I have added US keyboard layout, which I then change to whenever I need those characters. But after adding it, it always starts up with US keyboard layout on boot, instead of Danish. How do I make Danish default?

Jacob Pertou:
This is my best bet:
Settings → Keyboard → Layout → Uncheck "Use System Default" → + Add → Choose Danish layout in the pop-up window → move it to the top of the list → Check "Use System Default" → Close.

Just out of curiosity, wouldn't it be more convenient with an external keyboard, instead of changing languages that often?

Langley:
That seems to have solved it, thanks.

An external keyboard? When I'm sitting in the couch or bed with my laptop? No, that doesn't sound very convenient.

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