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Keyboard Error


SLIPSHOD & SLAPDASH

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SLIPSHOD & SLAPDASH

Today i noticed when i press shift & 3 for the pound sign i get #  , and when shift & 2 i get @ .  Everything else seems ok.  Whats happened ?

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Andy™

Yanks have a different layout. change it back to UK

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ProDave

He means change a setting not change the keyboard. :coat

 

It's set to the US layout.

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SLIPSHOD & SLAPDASH

Sussed it via a web search, i must have pressed ALT & left shift  which swaps the keyboard to US, pressing ALT & left shift again reverted it back

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kerching

I was registering on some site the other day...nearest option for language was English(USA)....WTF?

Not even English (UK)... Barstewards....Stealing our fricking language now, must be some oil in it somewhere

Just saying

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We use to swop over a couple of keys on a keyboard just to cause confusion, ahhh simple things.

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ProDave

Sussed it via a web search, i must have pressed ALT & left shift  which swaps the keyboard to US, pressing ALT & left shift again reverted it back

 

£££

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£££

 

I never knew it did that. You learn something every day.

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Andy™

alt left shift doesnt chnge keyboard here... probably a good thing since i use alt & left shift often...

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Sidewinder

You obviously have two input keyboards set in Windoze, remove the stupid US one! ;)

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apprentice87

Try a german keyboard!!! They got some of the letters in different places too!!

 

john..

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Sidewinder

I have a German keyboard on my Siemens Field PG, it is QWERTZ, rather than QWERTY.

However, it does have the UK characters double printed! ;)

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