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Re: AltGr finger twisters documented?

Subject: Re: AltGr finger twisters documented?
Date: Tue, 05 Jul 2005 13:15:09 +0200

----- Original Message -----
From: Juanma Barranquero <address@hidden>
Date: Tuesday, July 5, 2005 11:34 am
Subject: AltGr finger twisters documented?

> After an exchange of comments on the Emacs wiki, that left me 
> wondering...
> Is there any place in the Emacs documentation that explains that you
> *can* type C-M-@, C-@, C-M-\, C-\ and C-] on an AltGr-challenged
> keyboard, *provided* that you use the right order, i.e., AltGr, right
> Ctrl, and then the modified key?
> For example, on my Spanish keyboard:
>   C-M-@ => AltGr RCtrl Alt 2
>   C-@   => AltGr RCtrl 2
>   C-M-\ => AltGr RCtrl Alt º
>   C-\   => AltGr RCtrl º
>   C-]   => AltGr RCtrl +
> It is non-obvious: it doesn't work if you press other key before
> AltGr, or if you use left control.

Wow, I had not the slightest idea! And I have complained and asked about issues 
related to this ... - maybe I was to unclear? I looked (again) in (emacs) Info 
but could not find much about AltGr.

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