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The tip you gave is not very comfortable, since the character I need is not so funny, it is this one missing from the Hungarian charset in SuSe: <
So far I could do without it (or copied it to the clipboard from a html source file, then inserted by CTRL+V), but from now on I will heavily need it for html tags.
Meanwhile I could find it in an English and a Slovakian charset, but both are qwerty charsets, and I am used to qwertz and Hungarian characters.
Maybe it is because of my keyboard that is an English one and I use it for Hungarian charsets - however this was not a problem in vinDOS: I could find all important characters there, or use e.g. ALT60.
I didn't know what you were trying to do, I didn't mean "funny" as in I'm laughing at you or something, just meant some of those characters beyond >128 looked funny.
I don't know if this is availible in your suse, but in mine I can go to the international keyboard support and set hungarian and ";" shows up as é , but since i don't know hungarian I don't know if this is correct