In Sweden we have åäö, ÅÄÖ

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Hi!
In Sweden/Norden we have the letters åäö, ÅÄÖ why dosen't you change that when you write/type in your program, so when you write it's already fixed.What's the CLUE...
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Peter Alsing
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Hi Mora-Nisse,
Do these work?
https://tools.oratory.com/altcodes.html
I can't hear what I'm looking at.
It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.

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The characters with umlout/dieresis are already included in the HTML Editor under the Characters tab at the left (in the 'Latin Accent Characters' Category). Double-clicking on them inserts them into the HTML file.

Even easier would be to make a Snippet* out of each of the characters using the Entity Names as shown here. One then can double-click on the selected snippet whenever the character is to be inserted in the text.

For speedy entry in longer pieces of text I would be inclined to insert repeated other keyboard characters (e.g. ~~ ## ^^ @@) in place of the characters wanted, and then use HTML Editor's Find and Replace facility to replace those repeated keyboard characters with the Entity Names.

Frank

*Originally creating a Snippet is simply a matter of selecting the character on the main screen of HTML Editor, right-clicking with the mouse on that selected item, and choosing 'Save Selected Text as Snippet'.
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The Scadinavian and German characters work fine in the Editor, but some web servers don't seem to like them. Therefore I still have to use å ø ß and such.

PS: I thought Mora-Nisse was a skier, not a web designer?? :D
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Inger, what do you mean when you say that some web servers don't seem to like umlauts? I thought that Unicode was standard today.
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I thought so too, really, but according to my experience, it seems not to be so. All that I can say is, that some servers display something 'rude' if a page has some Nordic or German chatacters, or even French or Spanish ones, like è, ñ etc.
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