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Author Peter.Nielsen
Recipients Marc67, Peter.Nielsen, funnyfrancois, gpolo, mounty, ronaldoussoren
Date 2011-03-13.06:09:01
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Yes, that is correct .

Well, thanks for replying, anyway. I guess I'll have to use linux instead.

On Sun, Mar 13, 2011 at 12:00 AM, Ronald Oussoren <>wrote:

> Ronald Oussoren <> added the comment:
> Do I understand it correctly when I write that you normally use
> "Option+Slash" to enter a backslash on your keyboard?
> That would explain why updating the keyboard bindings makes it possible to
> type a backslash.
> I'm not sure how we could fix this issue in a way that wouldn't break
> existing bindings for folks with an english keyboard (as just updating the
> default keybindings would likely upset those people).
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