On Fri, 31 Mar 2006, 23:24 GMT+01 David Woodhouse wrote:
@ on the Q key? That's a new one on me. My '@' is shift
and ' as $DEITY
intended for en_GB :)
The € sign is AltGr-4. Actually, it looks like AltGr-Q does give me
OK, those combinations seem to be specific for UK keyboards. I have a
German keyboard in my iBook G4 - here is a photo:
As you can see, the E key is associated with € and L with @. Under
MacOS X, I have to press alt+E to get the €, while I access the € by
pressing Apple+E in FC5. However, I had to add the mentioned
Option "XkbOptions" "lv3:lwin_switch"
to the "InputDevice" Keyboard0 section of /etc/X11/xorg.conf to get
What also would be nice is to associate @ with the L key, as under
MacOS, but I haven't found out yet how to do this.
I actually use a standard PC keyboard on the G5 -- but it's much
same on the PowerBook, the key which replaces AltGr is the key just to
the left of the cursor keys; right of the right-hand Apple key.
When I press that key within the gedit text editor, the cursor moves
down, so I prefer to press the Apple key to access 3rd level