Setting up Korean, English, and Russian keyboard in Devuan Linux

My desktop environment is Xfce.
The keyboard layouts for the three languages are:
Korean: 3-beol final
1280px-KB_Sebeolsik_Flnal.svg

English: Colemak
colemak2

Russian: typewriter
russian_jtsuken_keyboard_layout

To add Russian keyboard layout in Xfce, choose Settings / Keyboard / Layout menu, then Add and select Russian (typewriter). I set the switch key to Ctrl and Shift for English and Russian.

I use Klavaro for practicing touch type to memorize Russian keyboard layout. jtsuken_typewriter matches Russian (typewriter).

uim (Universal Input Method) handles Korean and English. To switch English / Korean, I use Shift and Space keys.

 

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