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Mihkel Tõnnov schrieb:
I think the
European "smaller" languages are probable candidates here (Lower/Upper
Sorbian, Frisian, Friulian, Galician, Venetian, etc.)

Hi Mihkel,

yes, it's true the same applies to Upper Sorbian and Lower Sorbian. I personally use a Czech keyboard layout where the semicolon is on the °/^ key top left on the keyboard. So it is a single character here. (Windows 10 Pro).

But, I think most Sorbs use Sorbian layouts which are based on dead keys (Shift, AltGr, ˇ, ´). Sorbian characters are typed using ˇand ´ except character ł. Sorbian layouts are based on a German layout.



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