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    keyboard problems

    okay, i just set my keyboard so that I will be able to type in russian, but how do i know which keys correspond to the russian letters?

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    Try guessing. I don't know what else you can do. You could look for the Russian keyboard on the web. You'll probably find a pic of it and that will help you.
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    Re: keyboard problems

    Quote Originally Posted by letom182
    okay, i just set my keyboard so that I will be able to type in russian, but how do i know which keys correspond to the russian letters?
    So put some cyrillic stikers on them. I bought mine on E-bay.
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    That's a good idea. But you'll have to wait a little bit. I should have bought such strikers while I was in Canada. I found it very hard to type in Russian when I went to an Internet cafe (as far as I remember Canadians call it 'an Internet lounge').
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReDSanchous
    That's a good idea. But you'll have to wait a little bit. I should have bought such strikers while I was in Canada. I found it very hard to type in Russian when I went to an Internet cafe (as far as I remember Canadians call it 'an Internet lounge').
    Well, from an internet-cafe you can use a www.translit.ru

    BTW, it didn't take a long time - to get the Cyrillic stickers, I mean. Some russian guys send me them - from inside Canada - in two days.
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    You're lucky, I have to say! I used it but it wasn't much help. I still found it pretty hard to type in Russian because I sometimes found that that site sometimes could not get what I meant to type.
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