Linux Mint So I'm trying to learn French but I'm running into some complications when it comes to finding a good keyboard layout. Here are the layouts that I've tried so far: English (US) English (international Alt Gr dead keys) English (UK, international with dead keys) English (UK, extended WinKeys) So far all have fallen short of what I need. I think only one of these listed above will allow me to type in the French c with a tail character ç. Most of the rest allow áéíóú, the problem here is that most of these accents are going the …

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my text is to show on webpage is- Comment ça marche Tu es bloqué par une question, ou par un exercice de mathématique, ou par un chapitre de chimie que tu n’arrives pas à comprendre ? But my website is not showing some french charachter of this type of text which is-ç,é,à etc.in place of these charachter my website shows a symbol. What can i do to show these charachter.

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Hi, my name is Stéphane, i'm french, i live in France in a beautiful place (see the link below) called Vercors, i'm a christian, i play bass in a reggae band, and i love programming... I'm interested for quite some time to Python but it is only fairly recently that I decided to hang in my discovery and my learning (non-professional, staff only) of this language. Beside that, I use a lot Php (and of course html, css, javascript), so I think I could be interested in sites development with Python ... But I'm not yet to this point! Photos …

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I need an opensource French to English converter, which is able to translate one pdf to another and vice versa. Many thanks for helping me out.

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Tech employees are starting to take matters into their own hands, with some apparently not above kidnapping. Our story begins in southwestern France, at a soon-to-be-closed Sony plant where employees had suffered numerous layoffs. Frustrated with the aggressive pace of the layoffs, and the seeming arrogance among Sony execs in doling out the pink slips, Sony workers “detained” Sony France chief executive Serge Foucher overnight to convince him to negotiate better terms for plant employees once the Sony site closes down in April. Shades of “9-to-5”, right? But Dabney Coleman and Dolly Parton were nowhere to be found as Serge …

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The End.