Translation and keyboard in Anaconda test day

In a united effort from the i18n and l10n teams we are going to host a test day regarding translations and keyboard support in Anaconda. We are accepting feedback from users and contributors around the globe. It would be nice to receive tips from people using different keyboards layouts from a variety of languages. This kind of test is tricky because of the diversity involved in internationalization and keyboard support. That’s why we need help from everyone who can test or even just telling us what you think it is important or worth testing.

There are some test cases I’m willing to improve for a better test coverage. If there is something else you think we might cover please let me know. I intend to add a few more steps for post install in order to test if Anaconda did its job correctly. You can also collaborate with ideas using our Track ticket.

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