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23981Re: [linux-dell-laptops] The '»' Character on a laptop

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  • Douglas S. Oliver
    Apr 30, 2004
      I was just wondering; what does AltGr stand for? As I have been setting up my system to use Esperanto keys, I often see reference to AltGr. It is always for a German system. -- d

      On Fri, 2004-04-30 at 09:31, mchristoph.eckert@... wrote:
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      > I am told I can produce it by holding down ALT and typing
      > 0187 or 187 on the numeric keypad of a standard keyboard.
      isn't it a Windows feature?
      > But how do I get this character on my I7500 laptop?
      > (Without resorting to copy-paste as I did here.) I've tried
      > ALT-Fn and the blue numbers under my right hand. I've tried
      > ALT and the top-row numbers. Nothing seems to work.
      I use a i8.2k and MDK 9.2. I can produce them by pressing 
      AltGr and y or x (german keyboard layout).
      	Gruß / regards
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