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khill75462

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Is it possible to use "parsing" when picking a password? I'm pretty sure that's what it's called. It's when you have those little "accent" marks (often French) over a letter. Please give detailed instructions on how to do this. thanks.

Edited by khill75462, 12 August 2013 - 10:03 AM.

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It sounds like you need the Character Map.

Select it by going to Start, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools.

This is an image of it.

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Hi,

Yes you can but if your usual keyboard configuration doesn't include symbols like γηΓΑΐυν it will be very complicate to type that when you want to login in Windows for example.
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I tried that several months ago - can't remember exactly what the problem was, but seems like it wouldn't accept it for some reason.

As far as remembering and/or typing each time, I'd just save it to RoboForm. Will try again to use "characters". Thank you! k
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I tried that several months ago - can't remember exactly what the problem was, but seems like it wouldn't accept it for some reason.

As far as remembering and/or typing each time, I'd just save it to RoboForm. Will try again to use "characters". Thank you! k


RoboForm its for Web if I'm not mistaken, remember that every web site can have different rules for the accepted characters.
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