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TUX: Entering International Characters

Jan 17, 2005, 09:00 (8 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Marcel Gagné)

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"Being a guy with an accent on one of the letters of his name, you can imagine that I probably spend a lot of time entering so-called 'special characters' in my documents and e-mails. Short of keeping a document with these letters already written, then copying, and pasting them, entering an é can be amazingly time consuming. Worst of all, while OpenOffice.org lets me click Insert, Special Character to select from a list, not all applications have a handy list of characters to choose from. For everyone out there who routinely has to enter special characters or letters with accents, I'm going to give you a great KDE trick to use that will ease the pain..."

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