I am currently using my son's PC, Windows 7 Home Premium.
Now I want to play around with internationalization for the FAQ, but after I activated the Spanish (Spain, Traditional Sort) Keyboard Layout I see è and û (not Spanish) instead of é and ü (Spanish). The same symptoms occur for other Spanish keyboard layouts. (I just like the traditional layout.)
I thought I would ask here before I ask on one of the (mostly useless) Windows forums... especially since many of the members here are latino and might be able to help.
What gives? How do I get my Spanish keyboard layouts to give me proper Spanish diacriticals? (The last time I played with this was on my old XP system, which worked perfectly.)
The Latin American layout also has ^ and `, just in different positions and you have to hit Alt to use them. Only thing it doesn't have are the Euro sign, Ç, and superscript a.
I'm guessing they're there for the benefit of multilingual users.