From: kevin lyda (kevin at domain suberic.net)
Date: Wed 01 Sep 1999 - 17:33:46 IST
Kevin Dobey spoke thusly:
>Now that *IS* cleaver !!
>I had noticed that too but never paid much notice or knew what it was for.
us keyboards frequently have a ~ and ` on that key so it was pretty
obvious something was up there. i'm not used to three symbols on
a key - can't give a yank more then two choices he'll be lost.
>However how do you get the e e acute (or what ever it's called) with out
>doing alt 130 ?
you mean like e? on a linux box i type AltGr-; e. as a former
(recovered) emacs user that seems normal.
>So is that one of those weird cases where we can change that "problem" in
>the subject line to say "feature" ? :)
nah, all that weird ass accent shit needs to go away. everyone should
just speak normal american and be done with it.
ok, i've offended americans, emacs users, non-americans... i think i'll
go home now.
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