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** Reply to message from James Knott <> on Tue, 13 Mar
2012 10:13:02 -0400

Cliff Scott wrote:
For those who are interested, it's possible to generate the various
 special characters by using the U.S. International keyboard. With it,
 you can use the right Alt key to create those characters, such as ü, á,
 , £, € etc. The left Alt key works as usual.
Pardon my ignorance, but could you describe how that works or where one would
find out that information? Thanks.


Forgot to mention, you can find info on using that layout here:
The Linux and Windows keyboards are very close, though not an exact 
match, to the layout shown.



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