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    When I go to type an apostrophe...

    ...it makes my PC act as though I had hit the Enter key.

    What gives?

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    Your keyboard is fucked.













    or you have big fat fingers.

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    Ask Butterbutt.

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    Yeah ButtTard will have a registry edit for that.


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    Papillion will be along shorty to explain. Be sure to take notes because he does give some detailed explanations which move down the lower levels of s/w into assembly language and device functions.

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    I confuse people by changing the keyboard to British English so that I get a sign where the hash key should be and the @ sign mover to where the " should be. Worth checking the keyboard language section to see whether you have accidentally operated some weird option.

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