Yes, I'm aware you can do that. I was talking about the standard
keyboard - which I thought Tinkerer was too.
On 24/03/2011 23:00, Simon Cropper wrote:
On 25/03/11 09:18, Mark Preston wrote:
How odd. Here in the UK - and most other places I've seen,<Alt Gr> +
(numeral) 4 produces the Euro symbol.
On 23/03/2011 18:55, Tinkerer wrote:
On my keyboard Option+2 prints €.
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The euro symbol (U+20AC) can be found in most common fonts.
You can create a macro that inserts the symbol then attach this macro
to any keystroke combination you like.
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