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  • Brian Reynolds
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    Thank you Semen, I shall try it.

    Regards,
    Brian.


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  • Semen Matusovski
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    However, that doesn't tell me which cxodes on the keyboard to press
    to get ascii characters above 126 to appear in normal typing.
    Brian --
    Forget about DOS Alt-xxx. In Windows all depends from keyboard driver.
    Set additional language in Control Panel, Keyboad (for example, Greece) and switch to it.

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  • Brian Reynolds
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    Thank you for your prompt response.

    However, that doesn't tell me which cxodes on the keyboard to press
    to get ascii characters above 126 to appear in normal typing.

    Regards,
    Brian.


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  • Borje Hagsten
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    Windows handles entire ANSI, but your system font probably don't
    if you have an English speaking version of windows. Try to change
    font to a True Type one and it'll work. There are several samples
    on how to change font for a control in source code forum.


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  • Brian Reynolds
    started a topic Typing characters into Text Box

    Typing characters into Text Box

    When using a multi-line Text Box as a text editor in a word
    processing programme, I can type characters ranging from asc(32)
    to asc(126) and they all appear on the video display.
    Can anyone let me know how to type characters greater than asc(126)
    and have them appear on the video display? Do I need to use the
    Ctrl or Alt keys to get the desired result?
    Regards,
    Brian Reynolds.



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