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Thread: Libretto W100 diacrite characters

  1. Libretto W100 diacrite characters
    #1
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    Hi,

    I tried to enter "diacrite characters", for example é ë, ú, etc.

    But I didn't succeed. Was this forgotten or is there a feature I'm missing. Entering could either be with special codes, like on Windows XP, 2000, etc. with the control-' followed by a letter), or by using an ALT-number (the old-fashioned way). But neither works.

    Did anyone do this? And how?

    Regards,
    Wim.

  2. Re: Libretto W100 diacrite characters
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    >I tried to enter "diacrite characters", for example é ë, ú, etc.
    Where? Which application do you use?
    Have you defined specific language for keyboard using settings for “Region and Language”?

  3. Re: Libretto W100 diacrite characters
    #3
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    All languages, all applications.

    Normally this is possible on any keyboard. If e.g. you use a standard US-ASCII keyboard, using Wxxx you type ctrl-: followed by a 'u' and you will get ü. This doesn't indicate per sé that the application will store a decent UTF-8 character, Wxxx might store something in Unicode, but that is yet another problem.

    By-the-way, I use OpenOffice Writer, latest version.

    Regards,
    Wim.

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