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I'm working with a Windows 10 machine.

I'm using quite some keyboard shortcuts so my problem can be related with a wrong key combination: since this morning my keyboard button Alt+Gr does not work anymore, I need to type Ctrl+Alt+"key" in order to type something like (@-sign in e-mail addresses, backtics, ...).

Does anybody know how to enable this keyboard button again?

Thanks

  • ALT-GR is part of a keyboard language. If it doesn't work, then you need to alter your keyboard layout language to a different one, for example United States International. If it worked before, then you likely switched to a different layout. The shortcut key for that is CTRL-SPACE or ALT-SHIFT – LPChip Sep 26 '16 at 12:48
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In this post there is a similar issue:

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/23482392/altgr-key-not-working-instead-i-have-to-use-ctrlaltgr

They talk about using ALT + Enter o r Ctrl + Enter to fix the problem.

  • Thanks, but I've tried both shortcuts keys (Ctrl+Enter and Alt+Enter), and none of them actually works. – Dominique Sep 26 '16 at 12:44

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