Missing keyboard selection

Using XFCE - When I start Settings > Settings Manager > Keyboard > Layout I am unable to add a different setting to Swedish. I need to add Greek, Spanish, English and Danish but the only option I have is “<All Settings” and “X Close”. Where is this utility located? Perhaps it’s set read only.

It’s possible to change the keyboard via “setxkbmap -layout gr” but then I can’t “setxkbmap -layout en” as it comes out in Greek characters. I need to reboot.

Thanks for any advice.

Has the language been installed?

The online Wiki providing general guidance
https://en.opensuse.org/Language_specific_installation

For anyone interested in contributing (improving, adding) language support
https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Localization_guide

TSU

Thanks for the speedy response.

Sorry, I don’t understand this suggestion. I am not trying to switch the OS to Greek, merely produce Greek letters from the Swedish keyboard. Letters in the ASCII range hex 80 to hex FF. Since

setxkbmap -layout gr

achieves the result I presume I don’t need to install the language. The problem being that then I can’t switch back to non-Greek using

setxkbmap -layout se

as it produces

σετχκβμαπ /λαυοθτ σε

and I have to log out to reset. That makes it very difficult to use Greek, Swedish and Danish letters while using a text editor. Under KDE I was able to do that from a panel icon.