Sorting it all Out Michael Kaplan's random stuff of dubious value Be sure to read the disclaimer here first!
Some of you will remember a while back about when Kate Gregory inspired me to talk about why sometimes the keyboard does not do what I tell it to!
Sometimes you think you are typing in one keyboard, but it turns out you are typing in another.
So some of the truly awesome GIFT team folks in Ireland decided that maybe there was something better that could be done about the problem than just blogging about it.
Turns out they were right -- they created the Keyboard Convert Service, a free download that will do its darndest to fix the text in these cases!
I will be trying ot out this week to see if they were able to integrate some of the feedback I gave them early in the project cycle. :-)
Now I have praised the folks in GIFT Ireland in the past, like in this post and also this one , for example.
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