The US/international keyboard works great for many languages like Spanish and Portuguese. It was great to figure that out so I wouldn't have to copy/paste or try to remember alt codes.
However, in French I have to type single quotes commonly:
S'il te plaît
Am I correct that the best way to do these on the US/International keyboard is:
S ' ' [backspace] i l [space] ... D ' ' [backspace] a c c ...
Or is there another potential set of keystrokes that can work faster? I tried Alt+' or Ctrl+' and there is nothing like that to override the dead key? I mean aside from Ctrl+ Shift in and out of the keyboard mode...
Am I correct and this is the best solution, meaning US/International is kind of limited for French this way?