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Which keyboard layout?


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Hi,

 

I have the keyboard you can see in the attached picture and I'm trying to find out which layout it is.

 

I bought it pretty much 2 years ago directly from Logitech and now want to buy another one with the same layout.

I'm pretty sure that at the time I had bought US-International layout, alas this is no longer showing as an option on their site.

When I contacted Logitech they told me I should get the DUTCH (QWERTY) layout, as it would be the same.

However when I searched on Google for that layout, the ones that were presented didn't match up.

Also tried searching using the Product and Serial Numbers on my keyboard, but they don't seem to be related to a specific keyboard layout.

 

Does anyone know for sure what keyboard layout I have?

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Many thanks!!

 

Odom

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I don't what's not to get, you've got a standard american qwerty layout?

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I don't what's not to get, you've got a standard american qwerty layout?

It's not standard American QWERTY. Notice it has the Alt GR + Euro symbol.

 

OP - the Netherlands Logitech website has the solar keyboard with the same layout. Link

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to get the same layout just buy a QWERTY keyboard, unless you are talking about the extra keys in which you will just have to look around.

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I don't what's not to get, you've got a standard american qwerty layout?

 

With that keyboard I can do all kinds of accents. I write in 4 different languages and I need to do the

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Yeah that's the alt+gr key which the same as holding alt + ctrl down.

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Try to look for the keyboards on ebay and see if they have matched keyboards to sell based on your country language. They may have either new or used keyboards ... you might have lucky day if you find one there.

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its called "US-International keyboard layout"

 

but i think you can make do without, by holding alt+ctrl at the same time

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Even though the UK and US keyboard layout look similar, the function of the keys is different.

 

Whereas you have keys with the " `~ " symbols (top left), or " ' " " (between L and ENTER), you cannot combine them with other keys. In the UK version when I press the " key it only makes the ". In the US International I can combine it with other letters to type

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