might not know yet how to fix it when the tool suddenly also was gone from the toolbar, they might find this tip useful,
-Sweeds, In a terminal, write this to get back your local se-keyboard map with all keys again in Linux:
Other users, use YOUR countrys 2 letters-code for your local keyboard layouts.
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"se" for sweden, "us" for english keyboard, "dk" Denemark, "de" for Germanz, "no" Norway,
"ru" ащк Кгыышфт лунищфкв дфнщгеюю , ανδ "setxkbmap gr" φορ γρεεκ κεαυβοαρδ λαυοθτ..?
"Dont try this at home .. " :-)
So if you now cant type "us" again, then You can Use the Arrow up key,
to be able to repeat that earlier "setxkbmap us" command, to get back to your local language again.
Note: If you did NOT run your local code FIRST before setting it to the odd one, for example "gr" , ..then you might
feel a bit lost now, with this new alphabet in the terminal, but I do think it looks more beautiful .