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Symbols in keyboard are not same as shown as you typing

None of the symbols are the same when you try to use them. No as they are described in the keyboard.

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  • jafrigon Apr 20, 2009

    I cant get and backslash or apostrophe or question mark

    they come as wierd foreign symbols eg instead of backslash I get éé

    and for forward slash I get ùù

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