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Old 01-09-2004, 12:41 PM   #1
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keyboard character probs.


im having alittle trouble with my keyboard, i have the swedish se-latin.something installed on my distro, all the swedish characters work , but i cant get stuff like at (@ copied it in) to work, everthing else seems to work fine, ?=)(/&%#"! everything is right.

im using gnome if that could be to any help solving this problem.

when i ran windows i used ctrl+alt+2 to make a at sign. but now it doesn't give me anything

someone please help.
 
  


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