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Akimb0

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Alright, not really sure i this is the right place, but I suppose it must be a wrong setting somewhere in windows. My @ key gives me " symbol, and my " key gives me the @ symbol. My pound ( yes I have to type pound, I don't even know which key will generate it now! ) sign gives me # and my # key gives me | etc etc....I've grown used to it I suppose but it's just not right....I dont like things which arn't right :whistling: Any ideas?
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Alright sorry people! Fiddled around with a load of things and eventually found it....all seems to be working fine now :-S

Edited by Akimb0, 17 October 2006 - 09:04 AM.

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What was it? Was it the keyboard language setting?
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Yep, I went into Start > COntrol Panel > Regional and language settings. Then set it to UK English. Which didn't solve it, then for some reason there was a little menu bar on my toolbar. Well camo'd as well I might add. I found the answer in there. Thing is, where is the "normal" way to go into that option? Because I couldn't find one.
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