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Stephan Bucher
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No square left bracket with (Swiss) German keyboard
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I am regularly using VP 279 on both OS/2 (now ArcaOS) and Windows, and I noticed that I can't generate a left square bracket when using a (Swiss) German keyboard in Windows (it works with US keyboard…Continue

Tags: (Swiss), German, keyboard, with, bracket

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stephan Bucher Apr 7.

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Stephan Bucher replied to Stephan Bucher's discussion No square left bracket with (Swiss) German keyboard
"P.S.: I'm using a Swiss keyboard with ArcaOS without problems."
Apr 7
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No square left bracket with (Swiss) German keyboard

I am regularly using VP 279 on both OS/2 (now ArcaOS) and Windows, and I noticed that I can't generate a left square bracket when using a (Swiss) German keyboard in Windows (it works with US keyboard layout). This is the case with Windows XP SP3, W7, and W10. I get the left square bracket in all other applications, the problem exists only in VP.  The workaround is to copy-paste the left bracket. It's bizarre.See More
Apr 7

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User of VP, Delphi user
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I am a freelancer working on statistical analyses and often use small Pascal programs to pre-process data or do other things. I have been programming with Pascal since 1975 when I studied at the ETH at the best times of Niklaus Wirth.
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Pascal; have also written programs in Fortran, Basic, REXX, SAS
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