Keyboard layouts and CLDR (was: Re: 0027, 02BC, 2019, or a new character?)

Tom Gewecke via Unicode unicode at
Mon Jan 29 12:13:21 CST 2018

> On Jan 29, 2018, at 4:26 AM, Marcel Schneider via Unicode <unicode at> wrote:
>  the Windows US-Intl 
> does not allow to write French in a usable manner, as the Œœ is still 
> missing, and does not allow to type German correctly neither due to 
> the lack of single angle quotation marks (used in some French locales, 
> too, and perhaps likely to become even more widespread). Of course 
> these are all on the macOS US-Extended.

They are also all on the MacOS "US International PC", provided since 2009 by Apple for Windows users who like US International.

œ Œ are on alt and alt-shift q

‹› are on alt-shift 3/4

(US Extended has also been renamed ABC Extended back in 2015)

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