October 12, 2009 3:52 AM Subscribe
How do you program foreign (namely the Turkish ones - ı, ş, and ğ) characters into a laptop keyboard....?
posted by ryanbryan to computers & internet (16 answers total) 3 users marked this as a favorite
I currently have my laptop keyboard set to United States-International, which allows me to type, for example:
: + o for ö
' + a for á
Ctrl + Alt + W for å
It seems however, that the Turkish characters ı, ş, and ğ (and their capital equivalents) are not programmed into this keyboard layout as standard. Does anyone know of the key combination for them, or any other alternative for programming these characters into similar keyboard shortcuts? Would be happy for a solution that required installing supplementary software, but before anyone suggests, installing the Turkish keyboard is out of the question.