On Tue, Jan 08, 2002 at 12:23:13AM +0000, kevin lyda wrote:
> for future reference everyone i've sent a euro sign to who has a euro
> update to their os (windows, mac, linux) has seen the correct character
Hurray - add me to the list - I've just seen a Euro symbol on screen for the
first time and I did nothing to make it happen - it just worked (SuSE 7.3
with KDE 2.2.1) - default fonts.
> all the apps i use map AltGr-e to the euro.
Ah, but what if you have no AltGr key ? I use an OLD (at least 10 y.o.)
Northgate OMNI KEY/102 keyboard in the Pournelle configuration (function
keys on the left, control key where God intended it to be) and U.S. layout.
I have one Alt key but I have a second Ctrl key on the bottom right of the
keyboard - unfortunately this had to sacrifice its switch some time ago to
replace some key whose switch had died. What should I do to get e.g.
Shift-Alt-e and Shift-Alt-c to give me Euro and cent symbols ?
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