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On 03/06/2012 09:22 AM, Jan Vystrcil wrote:
Dear Jay,

thank you for you reply. I am using Win 7(32bit) English version (national environment Czech Republic)

Module Writer (English language)
LibreOffice 3.5.0rc3
Build ID: 7e68ba2-a744ebf-1f241b7-c506db1-7d53735

I am using 3 types of keyboards


I found that it is causing the problem with English keyboard and Czech but If I switch to Czech QWERTY it is working OK.
I am using US QWERTY which is the OS default. It seems as if the keyboard mapping expects the c and n keys to be in different locations for English and Czech (I am not familiar with either keyboard layout). US Dvorak keyboards use different locations for the keys than the standard US QWERTY location.

Result of Ctrl+Alt+C  with different keyboards is following:
English            ©
Czech &
Czech QWERTY        insert comment

Result of Ctrl+Alt+N  with different keyboards is following:
English            ñ
Czech            nothing happens (nothing defined)
Czech QWERTY &

Best Regards

Dne 6.3.2012 14:10, Jay Lozier napsal(a):
On 03/06/2012 05:07 AM, Jan Vystrcil wrote:
Dear all,
I am new to LibreOffice and I have problem with inserting commnets
(the shortcut). If I press ctrl+alt+c the © symbol is inserted. If I
use the older shortcut ctrl+alt+n I get ñ symbol instead of the
comment. Where is the problem please?

Best Regards

Please advise your OS, LO version, and which module you are having
trouble with. I tested ctrl+alt+c in Writer LO 3.5, Linux Mint 12/64 and
did not duplicate your problem.

Jay Lozier

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