on 11/06/02 08:04, Robert Benschop at rbenschop_at_mac.com wrote:
> on 11-06-2002 6:15, Laurent Daudelin at nemesys_at_cox.net wrote:
>> In any application, if you press and hold the Apple key, you'll get a dialog
>> with all supported keyboard shortcuts.
> True, but it doesn't show the accents and they don't seem to be listed in
> the pdf manuals, so here we go:
> Command-tilde : accent grave
> Command-e : accent aigu
> Command-i : accent circonflex
> Command-u : umlaut
> Command-c : cedille
Yes, but these are options (like you get them by pressing option on a Mac,
same on a Newton keyboard) and the original poster was asking about command
(like when you press the command or Apple key to perform a command)...
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