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Leo Moser skrev 2014-09-21 00:08:
>
> The Ç (C cedilla) is a different 
> option, found as it is
>
> in prestigious French and 
> increasingly numerous
>
> Portuguese -- as well as in many 
> Turkic languages.
>
> My spell-checker thinks Ç is in 
> English -- soupçon,
>
> façade, Curaçao, et al.
>
> Of course, Ç is traditionally 
> used for /s/ not  /tʃ/
>
> but it is here and there in many 
> languages like
>
> English,  Dutch, etc. that use 
> French words and
>
> phrases.
>
> Ç is /tʃ/ in Turkish and related 
> languages, as well as
>
> Albanian.
>
> On French, Portuguese, Spanish 
> and Italian keyboards
>
> I  believe that Ç is directly 
> available as a separate key.
>
> Is this so?
>
> English language type keyboards 
> have no Ç
>
> But in Microsoft Word you can 
> hitCtrl+,and then
>
> either the small Cor⇧Shift+Cfor 
> lower case ç
>
> or capital Ç.
>
> So what do any of you think about 
> these
>
> possibilities?
>
I have ç and Ç on my Swedish keyboard.

KjR