BUT WHAT DO YOU NEED CAPS LOCK FOR?*
I use right Ctrl for e.g. Ctrl + A, C, and V. That is, its use is the same as right Shift.
I'd imagine a Western QWERTY keyboard would map reasonably well to related alphabets like Cyrillic, Greek, Hebrew, and Arabic. However, for a language like Chinese it must be horrible. Then again, I hear young Chinese people primarily use Pinyin for Chinese-character input.
I wouldn't call Cyrillic, Greek, Hebrew and Arabic related. The only thing that is related to Latin is that they are all alphabets. To non-natives it's always hard to switch between them. It requires training. I am amazed how well-trained Greeks and Russians often are when they switch to a Latin-based layout and begin typing.
A pic of the laptop that I talk about here
Same as mine - except for the "print" button.Where is it? Is it?
You mean Print Screen?
No, I meant the printer 'print' button.
But Linux desktops make it flashily clear what PrintScr does. Cool.
I believe pressing power and volume down together takes a screenshot on most devices. In my case, it's simply an entry on the reboot/shutdown menu. No apps.
On most devices? Why didn't it ever work on any of my devices? Also not on the current one: LG-P500 Android 2.3.3.
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