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Hi guys,

We have an windows 7 pro which is setup with 2 languages (keyboard wise); English and Hebrew.
When typing in English all seems to go well, and the Language icon seems OK (see attached screenshot - EN).
But, when switching into Hebrew, all of a sudden another icon appears near the Keyboard icon (small keyboard icon - see attached screenshot - HE), and when left clicking on the keyboard icon, there are another set of languages appear - English / Hebrew.
This cause to mistypes and sudden languages changes - and the languages cannot be controlled manually.

Please assist - thanks
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by:Qlemo
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Screenshot is missing.
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Lior Karasenti earned 2000 total points
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It looks like you choose US language and Hebrew keyboard, Check the screenshot

just remove the US from the Hebrew input language

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Great solution - thanks Lior !
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by:Daniel Adler
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First delete, Hebrew language from keyboard, and then add new keyboad language, from de list select hebrew (israel) > keyboard > hebrew, ONLY!  DONT SELECT , US or show more...
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by:Lior Karasenti
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No problem. glad I could assist
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