Spanish quotation marks in the omega drop down

Discussion in 'Comments and Suggestions' started by Peterdg, Mar 27, 2017.

  1. Peterdg

    Peterdg Senior Member

    Belgium
    Dutch - Belgium
    Hello Mike,

    Would it be possible to include the Spanish quotation marks in the Omega drop down menu in the Spanish forums?

    The ones I mean are: « and ».

    Not that I use them that often but when I need them, I always have to try to find some post to copy them from there.

    Thanks a lot.

    Peter
     
  2. swift

    swift Senior Member

    Spanish – Costa Rica (Valle Central)
    Hi,

    Would the Alt codes work for you?

    Alt + 0171
    Alt + 0187

    :)
     
  3. Peterdg

    Peterdg Senior Member

    Belgium
    Dutch - Belgium
    Yes, they would. The only thing is that I won't remember them (age, you know:oops:) but I will remember this thread and will come back to it when I need them.

    Thanks!

    (But, nevertheless, they would still be useful in the Omega drop down menu:D)
     
  4. mkellogg Administrator

    South Florida
    English - US
    They use those in Spanish, too? I will probably see them everywhere now.

    We have them for the French forums. If the Spanish moderators agree with you, I will be happy to add them for all of the Spanish forums.
     
  5. Peterdg

    Peterdg Senior Member

    Belgium
    Dutch - Belgium
    Hi Mike,

    Any news on this?
     
  6. Nino83 Senior Member

    Italian
    Hi Peterdg.
    Do you write with your pc or with a tablet (Android OS)?
    If you use a pc with Windows OS, you can try the US international keyboard layout.
    Ctrl + Alt + [ = «
    Ctrl + Alt + ] = »
    Ctrl + Alt + / = ¿
    Shift + / = ?

    When I've to write in Portuguese, Spanish or French I use it. It has anything you need (á, à, ã, â, ñ).
     
  7. mkellogg Administrator

    South Florida
    English - US
    I rely heavily on the moderators of each forum to make recommendations. I have yet to hear from the Spanish moderators on this subject. I'll ask them about it.
     

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