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Moose12

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#61 12 years ago
pvt. Allen;3500263Not as much on your keyboard as in Windows settings I presume?;)

I just hit option u (letter) Mac ftw.




master-t

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#62 12 years ago

Battle of Budapest 1945 :D




Admiral Donutz VIP Member

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#63 12 years ago
pvt. Allen;3500263Not as much on your keyboard as in Windows settings I presume?;)

Well yes you can set your keyboard and language to your liking. Mind you that they two different things: language settings is one, and keyboard settings an other. I have my keyboard set to "American" and my language to "Dutch" because I want my American layed out keyboard to support "Dutch". Ofcourse I could get a keyboard with Dutch layout (never seen any though) and change my keyboard settings accordingly.

If I set my keyboard to Dutch while using my American keyboard some characters have swapped or changed places due to, you guess, a different position of certain keys.

Can you say offtopic? :p

PS: Setting my language settings to Dutch/American/Spanish/German/okibogi/... has nothing to do with my windows language version (Dutch Windows XP).




Moose12

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#64 12 years ago

Dutch keyboards are not in a qwerty fashion?




Admiral Donutz VIP Member

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#65 12 years ago

I don't know what they look like. As far as I know it's 90% the same except for a few differences in the "shift" keys above the 1-0 keys ans the keys left and right of the normal QWERTY letters. Quotation marks etc. being in an other place and such things.

But don't ask me. :p

Edit: Here you go, a Dutch keyboard: http://www.gate2home.com/?language=nl&sec=2

Notice the difference between the double quote (") and double dots (¨). Seems to be basically an automated classic (Dutch?) typewritermachine. To make an ë I would have to simply press the ¨ key (no shift or anything) and then a vowel key.




Moose12

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#66 12 years ago

Huh, not that much different, unlike a chinese keyboard, grrrr.




Lili_Marlene

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#67 12 years ago
Moose12;3500402Dutch keyboards are not in a qwerty fashion?

I don't know about the Dutch, but the German keyboard just just different enough to be frustrating at times. They swap a couple of letters around because they simply don't use some letters as much as we do (like "c" and "y" and "v"), plus they had additional characters, like vowels with umlauts. Can't remember what exactly was different though.




SacredLizard

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#68 12 years ago

what about condensed laptop keyboards vs. standard size desktop keyboards? anyone have any comments on those? any languages. what about keyboards made in Mexico vs. ones made in China? All of these things are frustrating. Im frustrated now. Im typing on a keyboard made in China. I look very sexy at my desk, with my tie, and a nice lady gave me cookies, so I have eaten today. I vote for a map of Narvik, which we will do, since Norway is our thing. Also, I am going to make some demolitions maps for the commando's at night. Also, I am going to make a church with a steeple that you can snipe out of, but the catch is, I am going to make the steeple destructible, so we can bomb your woosy sniper ass all to hell.




Lt.M@rv

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#69 12 years ago

I would just like to add "Karelia" to my favourite maps.




pvt. Allen

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#70 12 years ago
Admiral Donutz;3500326Well yes you can set your keyboard and language to your liking. Mind you that they two different things: language settings is one, and keyboard settings an other. I have my keyboard set to "American" and my language to "Dutch" because I want my American layed out keyboard to support "Dutch". Ofcourse I could get a keyboard with Dutch layout (never seen any though) and change my keyboard settings accordingly. If I set my keyboard to Dutch while using my American keyboard some characters have swapped or changed places due to, you guess, a different position of certain keys. Can you say offtopic? :p PS: Setting my language settings to Dutch/American/Spanish/German/okibogi/... has nothing to do with my windows language version (Dutch Windows XP).

Uhh... yes, that's all covered in Windows settings, except for the language localisation.