#1
How do you get letters with dots ontop of them? Like what Motorhead and Motley Crue have?

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#2
You need the right type of keyboard...
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#7
Quote by soulflyV
Start > Programs > Accessories > System Tools > Character Map



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#8
A ["] followed by an [o].
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#10
Umlauts? There should be a special combination of keys that you press. Go into Microsoft word and go to where it says "Insert" up top. Look for Symbols or Special characters and then you should find it somewhere in there.


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#12
Quote by tuwyci
you mean an Ooooommmlaut? Even the germans dont use them now.

It's true, we don't.


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#13
Yea, alt codes.

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#14
or you can press ALT+#

132=ä
148=ö
129=ü

0196=Ä
0214=Ö
0220=Ü

you have to use the number pad though
#16
Quote by tuwyci
you mean an Ooooommmlaut? Even the germans dont use them now.


It's an umlaut, and yes they do.

TS, Start > Accessories > System Tools > Character Map. You can note down the keycodes from there.
#17
how do u do it on a mac?
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#19
Of course we use Umlauts (oh how I hate this word, why isn't there a proper translation into English???)
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#20
Quote by Aramis
It's an umlaut, and yes they do.

TS, Start > Accessories > System Tools > Character Map. You can note down the keycodes from there.


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Of course we use Umlauts (oh how I hate this word, why isn't there a proper translation into English???)


We call them Umlauts in English too, y'know.