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|German to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|German term or phrase: >|
|I have a problem when I switch my (American) keyboard to German. I have all the symbols that my English keyboard has, except for the , and | signs. The problem is that these are assigned to an extra key on a German keyboard (next to the y/z key) that doesn't exist on English keyboards - all there is there is the shift key. Is there any way to get around this missing key when I set my keyboard language to German? (see also my previous, related 'terminology' question: @ >)|
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