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by Windfall (GB), 2009-10-12, 14:25  Spam?  
Hi Paul,

I have a request about the special letter buttons. I'm currently doing my Polish homework, so have been looking lots of stuff up. I've been assuming I need to use special letters for this and can't just use e to represent ę for instance.

Each time I start a new query I have to click on the ąĄćĆ... button to get the special letters up. I'm looking up so many words that this is beginning to make a real difference to me. Would it be possible for the special letters to stay permanently above the search field?

If not, would it be possible for them to stay up for my whole session in rather than disappearing between searches?

It's different in the forum. There a button that calls them up is fine to my mind, as it saves space and I'm unlikely to be putting question after question after question and minding that I have to call them up each time.
Thanks for the suggestion!  #467744
by Paul (AT), Last modified: 2009-10-12, 14:40  Spam?  
For Polish keeping the special characters visible all the time wouldn't be a problem. Other languages, however, show several lines of characters.
But still, I could make remember the last state using a session cookie. I think that will work. I added this to my to-do list.
Thank you  #467751
by Windfall (GB), 2009-10-12, 14:42  Spam?  

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