[Spellyans] dictionnaire de l'Academie francaise
s.hewitt at unesco.org
Mon Jan 31 10:08:44 GMT 2011
This works in all of them.
In Windows XP: go to:
Regional and Language Options / Customize / Text Services and Input
Languages / Details / Add / Input Language: select Spanish
(International Sort) and confirm
You can have as many input languages as you like - you then get a little
button on the toolbar at the bottom of the page so you can switch easily
between EN (English) and ES (espagnol = Spanish).
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[mailto:spellyans-bounces at kernowek.net] On Behalf Of Michael Everson
Sent: Monday, January 31, 2011 11:00 AM
To: Standard Cornish discussion list
Subject: Re: [Spellyans] dictionnaire de l'Academie francaise
On 31 Jan 2011, at 09:12, Hewitt, Stephen wrote:
> There's a much simpler way of entering diacritics.
Steve, could you please specify whether you are using Windows XP or
Vista or 7 or whether this works on all of them?
> Simply install the Spanish (International Sort) keyboard instead of
English (UK or US). The Spanish keyboard is QWERTY, so the same as
English, with two dead keys, one to the immediate right of P, the other
two keys to the right of L, with respectively (+Shift first)circumflex,
grave, diaraesis and accute accents. You simply type the dead key before
the vowel, and hey presto.
> This is what is used by English-language typists in international
organizations (UN, EU) in order to be able to write French, Spanish,
etc. names easily. Your physical keyboad doesn't need to change, only
the keyboard installed in your word processing program.
> Steve Hewitt
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