Finally got my Emacs setup just how I like it, internationalization edition

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4 Responses:

  1. Hales says:

    Holy crap, this answers what marketing were doing with all of those keyboards! For years it's been a mystery from Airz's stories on r/TalesFromTechSupport. Eg https://old.reddit.com/r/talesfromtechsupport/comments/2cbe6h/children_of_it_pt4/

    (Marketing kept requesting new keyboards every month and the IT department were told to go along with it. This kept going for years, I think eventually they found bags and bags of disassembled keys in marketing's store-rooms?)

    • JJK says:

      ... thanks Hales... I re-wound to the first post and... have no idea how far I have read, but Airz stopped numbering them many posts ago... not like I had actual work to be doing this afternoon...

  2. Dim says:

    This would certainly make choosing a "random" password by my favourite technique of headbutting the keyboard easier.

  3. Greg says:

    Good news: not a single Caps Lock to be found.

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