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    Dziekuje dla linkuw!!
    Thats some neat stuff!
    I remember stories my Father told me when i was young how they would put stuff together in basments and barns---Hmmm,kinda sounds like us!
    Keep the change-I just want my Country back!!!

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    Dziękuję allesennogwat!

    I've always admired the Poles for their resourcefulness and their tenacity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuangtzu View Post
    Dziękuję allesennogwat!

    I've always admired the Poles for their resourcefulness and their tenacity.
    Aw man-how did you get the accents on the letters?My keyboard cant do that-Although I'm actualy surprised iremembered how to spell it(I dont get to write in Polish that much anymore)
    Keep the change-I just want my Country back!!!

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    Hello zteknik,
    Extra symbols, accents, and foreign letters can be done using the "alt" key plus a code number(s) on most keyboards. There is a free download for an ALT Codes Refrence Sheet:
    ALT Codes / Alt Key Codes
    I printed a copy and keep it stuck to the wall by my P.

    VD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viper Dude View Post
    Hello zteknik,
    Extra symbols, accents, and foreign letters can be done using the "alt" key plus a code number(s) on most keyboards. There is a free download for an ALT Codes Refrence Sheet:
    ALT Codes / Alt Key Codes
    I printed a copy and keep it stuck to the wall by my P.

    VD
    Sweet!!!
    Thanks V.D.!!Got a copy printing
    Keep the change-I just want my Country back!!!

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    Hello zteknik,
    Don't forget to turn on the "numlock" on your keyboard to make this thing work.

    VD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viper Dude View Post
    Hello zteknik,
    Don't forget to turn on the "numlock" on your keyboard to make this thing work.

    VD
    Funny-I was just going to ask you about that!
    I'm sure going to get some use out of it now
    Keep the change-I just want my Country back!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zteknik View Post
    Aw man-how did you get the accents on the letters?My keyboard cant do that-Although I'm actualy surprised iremembered how to spell it(I dont get to write in Polish that much anymore)
    I actually have an alternate keyboard map installed that allows me to type accented characters using dead keys. I can switch between it and the normal keyboard map at will. For example, if I want to type , I type " + u, and they are automatically combined. ', ", and ~ are "dead keys" and can be combined with all vowels and some other letters: , , , , ć, ś, , , etc... Some other characters can be obtained by holding right alt+letter like this: , , , , , , etc...

    Now for the case at hand, I have the Polish programmer's key layout installed as well. It's almost the same as the normal USA layout, and may or may not have the dead keys mentioned above, but it does have the special right alt characters, they're just different than the above layout: ł, Ł, ę, Ę, ż, ź, ć, ń, etc...

    I also have a Chinese layout installed, but that is more complicated to explain: 你说汉于吗?


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