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I recommend the Programmers keyboards as they are basically standard QWERTY keyboards with the special characters entered by use of the <code>RIGHT-ALT</code>+Letter combinations. Layouts are available for many languages.
I recommend the Programmers keyboards as they are basically standard QWERTY keyboards with the special characters entered by use of the <code>RIGHT-ALT</code>+Letter combinations. Layouts are available for many languages.
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[[Image:PolishLayout.jpg]]
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! AltGr
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[[Image:RomanianLayout.jpg]]
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! Result
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|a ||ą
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|c ||ć
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|e ||ę
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|l ||ł
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|n ||ń
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|o ||ó
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|s ||ś
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|z ||ż
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|x ||ź
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To get the capital letters, simply press <code>shift</code>, and the appropriate <code>AltGr </code>combination
To get the capital letters, simply press <code>shift</code>, and the appropriate <code>AltGr </code>combination

Revision as of 06:18, 14 May 2011

Speed of data entry on foreign-language projects may greatly be improved by setting up an alternate keyboard that supports the language.

I recommend the Programmers keyboards as they are basically standard QWERTY keyboards with the special characters entered by use of the RIGHT-ALT+Letter combinations. Layouts are available for many languages.

Image:PolishLayout.jpg Image:RomanianLayout.jpg

To get the capital letters, simply press shift, and the appropriate AltGr combination


To set this up see the following article

How to change your keyboard layout

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