Just did a clean install of Linux on an HP Pavilion that had Windows 10. My keyboard is set up for Spanish language, but I am having trouble making the "at" sign @ the way I am accustomed to (i.e. Ctrl + Alt + Q).

Other keys seem to work fine (accents, degree symbol, umlauts, Ñ, etc) Anyone have a solution to this problem, aside from using the unicode method? It is so many keys to press.

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