Writing Greek in emacs is proving to be quite inconvenient. If my keyboard is set to Greek, normal shortcuts do not work and I have to switch to latin just to navigate around the buffer.
As an example, let's say I'm writing a Greek sentence and I want to go back a character to fix a mistake. The usual way is to press C-b, but because my keyboard is set to Greek, emacs actually receives C-β and gives me an error: "C-β is undefined". What I have to do next is press alt-shift to switch to latin, enter C-b again, and switch to Greek once again with alt-shift. Quite a hassle.
Is there a way around this? I could, of course, map C-β to do what C-b does, but I'd have to do that for hundreds of shortcuts.
It'd be nice if the solution worked for evil-mode, too.