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Happy Holidays!

Post  Ellen-Natalie on Tue Dec 24, 2013 8:32 pm

Hope you enjoy the holiday weekend with loved ones and loved treats~
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Re: Happy Holidays!

Post  The J.A.M. on Tue Dec 24, 2013 11:08 pm

¡Feliz Navidad!
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Re: Happy Holidays!

Post  Amulek on Fri Dec 27, 2013 1:01 am

I'm a little bit late, but I still can wish you a happy new year... or feliz año nuevo.

I hope that's how you say "happy new year" in Spanish. I should brush up on my Spanish.
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Re: Happy Holidays!

Post  The J.A.M. on Fri Dec 27, 2013 8:30 am

Yes, that is correct. I'm surprised you included the "ñ", too.  Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy 
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Re: Happy Holidays!

Post  Amulek on Fri Dec 27, 2013 9:40 pm

The J.A.M. wrote:Yes, that is correct. I'm surprised you included the "ñ", too.  Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy 

Writing "ñ" is quite easy with a Finnish/Swedish keyboard, thanks to this key (although I'm quite sure many other keyboards have the same key, not just the Finnish/Swedish version):



You can put the squiggly thing over a letter by typing Ctrl + Alt + ^¨~ key + the letter, for example: ñ or ã, õ (I think e.g. Portuguese has the letters "ã" and "õ" and Estonian has the letter "õ") etc.

You can also use it to put an umlaut over a letter (^¨~ key + the letter), e.g. to write the German ü or the French ï (or even ë, I think that letter is used e.g. in the Albanian language?)

And the best part is of course that you can put a hat over some letters (Shift + ^¨~ key + the letter) so you can write certain Tolkienesque words (e.g. Barad-dûr, "Baruk khazâd, khazâd ai-mênu!" etc.). Of course it's also useful for writing certain French words (forêt, hôtel, s'il vous plaît etc.). You can also use it to write Japanese smilies ^__^

A very useful key, indeed.
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Re: Happy Holidays!

Post  The J.A.M. on Fri Dec 27, 2013 11:19 pm

This is my keyboard:

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Re: Happy Holidays!

Post  Amulek on Sat Dec 28, 2013 12:07 am

The J.A.M. wrote:This is my keyboard:


¡Muy interesante! I don't have upside down exclamation or question marks in my keyboard so I always have to type Alt + 0161 for ¡ and Alt + 0191 for ¿.
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Re: Happy Holidays!

Post  The J.A.M. on Sat Dec 28, 2013 10:11 am

They forgot to include them, but the additional characters for "4" and "5" are "~" and "€"
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