From: Alain LaBonté (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Jul 26 2004 - 15:24:01 CDT
À 14:32 2004-07-26, Michael Everson a écrit:
>At 10:24 -0400 2004-07-26, Alain LaBonté wrote:
>>In less pedantic terms:
>> a standard American keyboard layout is by itself a keyboard group
>> composed of two levels (one unshifted, one shifted).
>> a European national keyboard is by itself in general a keyboard group
>> composed of three levels (one unshifted, one shifted, one obtained with AltGr).
>And everyone who has used a Macintosh has been used to:
>for twenty years. And that means US and European keyboard layouts.
[Alain] Two groups of two levels each. No complication in this.
However IBM PCs did something else, and their groups are limited to 3
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