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Using ALT + Keycode for accents?
In Windows, we can use ALT+Keycode (for example, 130) to get an e acute, but it does not work this way in Ubuntu/Debian. Is it possible to have the same keycodes work in Ubuntu?
Mar 31 '11 at 1:43
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