Re: How to add the €-sign to the key-board of a laptop with Kubuntu 8.10?.
arnaud.bourree at gmail.com
Fri Feb 6 19:50:45 GMT 2009
2009/2/6 Kaj Haulrich <kaj at haulrich.net>
> On Thursday 05 February 2009 21:37:34 Matthew Flaschen wrote:
> > Bas Roufs wrote:
> > > Hello everybody
> > >
> > > The only way I do get the € sign via my laptop so far is by
> > > means of copy-pasting it...
> > Have you tried the compose key? I think this is a more general
> > solution. It will allow you to insert the euro sign, and many
> > other characters. I have my compose key set to the "Application"
> > key (http://www.seoconsultants.com/windows/keyboard/#Application)
> > also known as "Menu", but it can be set to any key.
> > I have KDE 3.5 and Kubuntu Hardy. I set the compose key by going
> > to the Xkb Options tab, then going down to Compose Key Position,
> > and checking "Menu is Compose".
> > > Does anybody have a clue what I can do to link some key
> > > combination to the € sign?
> > If you have Compose set up, it's Compose-=-e.
> I typed this € (on a Danish keyboard with the UTF-8 charset enabled)
> by pressing right AltGr + e simultaneously.
Same on French keyboard
> Kaj Haulrich.
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