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Re: OE diphthongs/breaking (was: Re: Germanic vowel correspondences (was: Scots.))

From:Mark J. Reed <markjreed@...>
Date:Tuesday, July 22, 2008, 16:33
Right-alt (a.k.a. Alt Gr) only works with the keyboard set to US Intl,
which might have other undesired effects (like turning some
punctuation marks into dead keys).

I don't much use Windows, so I don't have a good setup for typing
non-ASCII characters on it.  I tend to resort to the Character Map
utility for anything except the characters useful for the Spanish
language, whose numpad codes I've memorized (161='¡', 191='¿',
225='á', 233='é', 237='í', 241='ñ', 243='ó', 250='ú', 252='ü').

On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 11:48 AM, ROGER MILLS <rfmilly@...> wrote:
> John Vertical wrote: >> >> On Tue, 22 Jul 2008 10:58:41 +1000, Tristan McLeay wrote: >> >(Forgive me, I don't know how >> >to type ash on this Windows keyboard.) >> >> alt+numpad 0230 >> (remembering the actual code isn't required if you approximately remember >> the >> glyph order) >> > Right-Alt+z might work too (my keyboard is set to US Intl, however, which > may make a difference) > Right-Alt + a variety of keys produces many of the accented vowels, thorn, > edh, and other symbols, but I usually use the numpad since I made a list > long ago :-)))) >
-- Mark J. Reed <markjreed@...>


ROGER MILLS <rfmilly@...>