First, you must hold down the option key and then click on a certain letter. THEN, you release the two keys you were just holding down. Release all the keys you held down.
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Followed by a , e , or u. Followed by e , i , or u. Release both the option key and e. How do I get it to put the circumflex above it instead? Yes, this is also a great option and it works on both iOS, my Macbook and my desktop. I may consider adding your method to the actual article itself David. Thanks :. Thanks for the great guidance. This has made things a lot easier for me.
Just a comment on the comment above. When I click on e and wait, I just get more es and no little box with accents. Thank you ever so much!!!!!!! You saved my nerves tonight. I was about to go completely crazy, as a proper French person ;. This works for a small e but not for a capital E. Nice write up. However, I find these keyboard combinations a bit clunky and using them slows down my typing. There is another option. Simply go into system preferences, keyboard, input sources and install the US International PC virtual keyboard. Now you can type French accents as follows:.
John, Thanks for this guide. Very detailed! Merci bien! NO it does not work. I wish to use circumflex a. When I use Option-i, I get the accent. When I release and type a, it types an a in a new space. The circumflex hangs in the air!
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If you are using mac depending on what you are doing you can just hold the letter that you want an accent on down and select the one you want. Also on some other computers you can change the keyboard to french computers like chromebooks.
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Great information. Can you help? I usually just do the latter. John, you are a God-send!! Plus having won a whole host of brownie-points!!!! Many many thanks for putting us on the right track. This is really fantastic Have a great day et Merci encore. Finally a website that explain this whole process logically and helpfully!
I might actually be able to write things in a more accurate fashion.
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Thank you ever so much! Might I post a link to Facebook? Perhaps that is why.
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Thank you. I have found the grave key on my keyboard. It is between the left-shift and Z just left from the alt key. It works as advertised. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I have been searching for this key on my MacBook Air and never thought to look on the bottom left instead of the top left! It works great! I have been trying to get this right for so long. Merci mille fois. No problem! I used this just now and for the past few years because running a site about French requires typing accents all day!
Make sure you hold down the option key and then click one letter referring to the accent you want. Your article is quite helpful to me. I have bought a laptop as well as french keyboard. Now i have got some tactic tips from you.
Thanks for sharing your experience with us. Your email address will not be published. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Now type in the letter you want the accent to receive. No additional letter needs to follow.
How to Type Accented Letters in macOS
Thanks for the great guidance. This has made things a lot easier for me. Just a comment on the comment above. When I click on e and wait, I just get more es and no little box with accents. Thank you ever so much!!!!!!! You saved my nerves tonight. I was about to go completely crazy, as a proper French person ;. This works for a small e but not for a capital E.