Martin Boyle <martin.boyle at customhousegroup.com> writes:
>> > Accents are as follow:
> > alt+ one of ; ' #
> > and the letter in question ... that should keep you covered
> > for a while !
>> Now that the caffiene has kicked in...
> Right Ctrl is the Compose key. I can get ~ acute & grave accents.
> I think the mapping for my kybard does not have the others that i'm looking
Alt-GR _ (i.e. Right-alt shift hyphen) gives me ¿, and Alt-GR !
(i.e. Right-alt shift 1) gives me ¡ on RedHat 6.2.
Experimentation shows that much of the high-bit set iso-latin1
glyphs are available somewhere with this (ß from Alt-GR s and so
However, I live inside of Emacs, so C-x 8 (something) is what I
usually use (C-x 8 ? for ¿, C-x 8 ! for ¡)
Brendan Halpin, Dept of Government and Society, Limerick University, Ireland
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