We got yur aigus, your graves your circumflexes und UMLAUTS!! HEIL!!!
(Sorry, got carried away there for a moment. That way of thinking came
with my membership in TWB. (Typists Without Borders))
Seems that Apple understood a long time ago that there were other
people on the planet as well. <G>
Geebus... that's nice...but that's not Festool pricing, it's more like
Audemars Piguet pricing. (Their tourbillon watches are drool-worthy.
Google tourbillon and find out exactly how nuts ultra-geek becomes in
the world of mechanical watch movements.)
Danny Vermin: I got something to stop him.
Dutch: They made it for him special. It's an eighty-eight Magnum.
Danny Vermin: It shoots through schools
Roman Moroni: You fargin sneaky bastage. I'm gonna take your dwork.
I'm gonna nail it to the wall. I'm gonna crush your boils in a meat
grinder. I'm gonna cut off your arms. I'm gonna shove 'em up your
icehole. Dirty son-a-ma-batches
but my favourite:
Newspaper Headline: Roman Moroni Deported to Sweden. Says He's Not
Hold down the Alt-key and type "0176" on the numeric keypad. Another useful
one is ? (Alt-0162). For more, stir up "Character Map" and select "Courier"
font. Pick the character you want and look in the lower right corner for the
key combination. For example, the "Euro" symbol "?" is Alt-0128, and the
plus-minus symbol "+" is Alt-0177.
These may not display properly on all screens in that some users may be
using a font other than a normal one such as Courier or Times Roman.
I'm running Windows 7, and apparently they've modified character map.
The code is given in the lower left hand corner is hexadecimal and not
decimal. There's still copy and paste, but I wish the character map
people realized many people would rather use the alt-[code] format for
oft entered symbols than open yet another program.
I've looked for an option to change it, there is none.
FWIW, Calculator still has a base converter built in.
Never teach your apprentice everything you know.
The code in the lower _left_ is the Unicode value. If there is a code for
the character which may be entered using the ALT key it will be on the lower
_right_. All characters don't have such a code. And if you're using Word
then you can use the Unicode value by entering the hex then ALT-X (be nice
if MS carried this through to all their applications but . . .).
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