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A comment posted on another site on 12 September 2008. Permalink
If you're using a UK Windows keyboard (I don't know about other nationalities) then you've only solved half the problem. Some characters, such as ” and @ are in different places on UK Windows and Mac keyboards. I'm amazed Apple has never released anything to get round this in all the years it's been an issue.
If it's driving you nuts, I have a couple of solutions on my site: http://www.gyford.com/phil/writing/2005/11/20/using_a_british.php
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