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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by iKennett, Aug 2, 2008.
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how do all yall British English people have the Pound sign on yo keyboard?? isnt it like the exact same keyboard as US?
$ - 4
£ - 3
€/@ - 2
it would be a bit silly if we didn't have £ on our keyboards, wouldn't it?
lol, yeah, but # isnt the same as that L(pound sign)
# and £ are on the same key but they are not the same thing.
ah so that is where the # is!
oo, so do you all press SHIFT and then 3 for one pound and then press CTRL and 3 for the other one?
Shift + 3 = £
Option + 3 = #
UK keyboard with changes shown in red circles:
What does § mean?
and would you believe it, elsewhere in Europe they use keyboards that go
Here's some useless trivia for you,
Qwerty is called so as in the old typewriter days you can not only spell 'typewriter' using only the first (upper) line of the keyboard, but it would allow the user to type at an optimum speed without keys jamming whilst typing. i assume Qwertz is so because the z must be used either it or the y is used more frequently in the countries where those keyboards are supplied.
all i know is my old swiss keyboard used to play havoc with touchtyping
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The DVORAK keyboard is arguably a faster way of typing, however QWERTY has become such a standard it would be silly to change all keyboards now.