Bones of Burgos
For the few who are unfamiliar:
The Cédile is also just a combination of two succesive keys: the ' and the c gives the ç The same ' you use to form the accent acute ' and e gives the é.
The german Umlaut is the simple combination of the (shift) " and the vowel.
Shift " followed by the u results in ü.
Shift " combined with the u results in Ü.
I looked for it at wikipedia:
quite simple to use.
That article mentions "The basic US keyboard does not have any dead keys..."
@tomholmberg But US International does.
You can do some marks with shift and shift + CTRL key in Windows. The above ASCII code method works in most places. I find it easier.
Sorry, I am quite unfaliliar with these techniques/instructions. Isn't is much easier to use the simple shift key to sort all these "problems"?