Doug Ewell scripsit:
> I tend to avoid the US-International keyboard that comes with Windows
> because of the intrusive dead-key behavior attached to the apostrophe
> and quotation-mark keys.
I switch off; when typing code or English, it's US-English; on the
fairly rare occasions that I am typing something else, it's US-Int.
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