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    doktor.oswaldo
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    Hi!

    I’m using the German and very often the Spanish language. So for mi would be nice if there is a possibility to write the character “ñ”, for example to use the “yellow arrow” key and the key “N”. I prefer the standard QWERTZ layout and additional a “yellow ñ” on the key “N”….

    Thanks for all this perfect work F(x) team. I hope, we will get soon the possibility to pre order the QWERTZ layout!

    I already had this discussion in other threads but for people which are typing different languages on the same keyboard the US-International is a solid way to go.
    This should work for any combination of western (latin) languages (don’t pin me down on the exact terminus, but just languages which are using latin letters).
    A layout for a specific combinations of two languages however is unrealistic.

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    skkayman
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    It would be great if the keys map can be changed. That way you can have qwerty, qwertz, azerty and whatever you want. That is stupidly impossible with blackberry android phone.. I do not care about printing, after a few days of use, I do not look at keys.

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    lcsaszar
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    As for me, I use Hungarian keyboard on my PC and on my previous Nokia N97 mini. It is a variant of QWERTZ, first row ending with 89öüó, second row ending with iopőú, third row ending with kléáű, bottom row ending with nm,.-

    Question is how to fit the alt gr characters that are less freqently used.

    I can make a photo on the N97 mini keybord for reference, I would be happy with something similar.

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