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You can quickly switch between selected sources using the input source indicator in the menu bar. The menu will display a short identifier for the current source, such as <gui>En</gui> for the standard English layout or a symbol in case of a source that uses a special input method, e.g. Chinese (Chewing). Click the input source indicator and select from the menu the source you want to use.
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When you use multiple sources, you can choose to have all windows use the same source or to set a different source for each window. Using a different source for each window is useful, for example, if you're writing an article in another language in a word processor window. Your input source selection will be remembered for each window as you switch between windows.
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Input source options with input methods are only available if respective input method (IM) engine is installed. When you install a language, a suitable IM engine is automatically installed if applicable.
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Many mice and some touchpads have a middle mouse button. On a mouse with a scroll wheel, you can usually press directly down on the scroll wheel to middle-click. If you don't have a middle mouse button, you can press the left and right mouse buttons at the same time to middle-click. If you find you are unable to middle-click this way you can try following <link href="https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Quirks#A2-button_Mice"> these instructions</link>.
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On touchpads that support multi-finger taps, you can tap with three fingers at once to middle-click. You have to <link xref="mouse-touchpad-click">enable tap clicking</link> in the touchpad settings for this to work.
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When this is selected, tapping and dragging with one finger will work as normal, but if you drag two fingers across any part of the touchpad, it will scroll instead. If you also select <gui>Enable horizontal scrolling</gui>, you can move your fingers left and right to scroll horizontally. Be careful to space your fingers a bit apart. If your fingers are too close together, they just look like one big finger to your touchpad.
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Wireless and optical mice, as well as touchpads on laptops, may need to "wake up" before they start working. They automatically go to sleep when not in use to save battery power. To wake up your mouse or touchpad, you can click on a mouse button or wiggle the mouse.
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Laptop touchpads sometimes react with delay after you stop typing before they start working. This is to prevent you from accidentally touching the touchpad with your palm while typing.
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When you plug an iPod into your computer, it will appear in your music player application and also in the file manager (the <app>Files</app> application in the <gui>Launcher</gui>). You must copy songs onto the iPod using the music player - if you copy them across using the file manager, it won't work because the songs won't be put into the right location. iPods have a special location for storing songs that music player applications know how to get to but the file manager does not.
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A further reason why songs might not be appearing on your iPod is that the music player application you're using does not support converting the songs from one audio format to another. If you copy a song which is saved in an audio format that is not supported by your iPod (for example, an Ogg Vorbis (.oga) file), the music player will try to convert it to a format that the iPod does understand, such as MP3. If the appropriate conversion software (also called a codec or encoder) is not installed, the music player will not be able to do the conversion and so will not copy the song. Look in the software installer for an appropriate codec.
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Contributors to this translation: Ali Dlakić, Almin Islamović, Amina Đonko, Anes Čehić, Ashraf Gheth, Azer Dedovic, Belmin Divjan, Boško Stojaković, Dino Kujović, Doug Smythies, Ensar Turkovic, Gunnar Hjalmarsson, Jeremy Bicha, Kenan Dervišević, Kenan Kukić, Lamija Lemeš, Matthew East, Naida Durmo, Nedim Memišević, Nejra Zulic, Samir Ribić, Semsudin Abdic.