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After an unknown config change,
CTRL + ALT + [LETTER] has started producing common accented versions of
[LETTER]. I'm not a big fan of this arrangement, seeing as I've memorized all my favourite
ALT + [NUMPAD SEQUENCE] references and was used to using
CTRL + ALT + [LETTER] for various other application-specific commands in my text editor.
The prominent result from my searching suggests that this has something to do with a switch to an 'international keyboard', and says this can be removed in the control panel or toggled by hitting
ALT + SHIFT, but I can't get my system to confirm this, and the solutions (or close approximations thereof) don't work.
Specifically, I've been to
Control Panel\Clock, Language, and Region\Language\Advanced settings and switched the override for default input method from 'language list' to English and I've been to
Control Panel\Clock, Language, and Region\Language\Language options and made sure that I only have my one input method UK — as opposed to international. Other than that I'm not quite sure where to look. Any ideas?