PC: Lenovo Yoga Pro 3 (1370) OS: Windows 10 Pro, clean install
When configured to use Icelandic keyboard, the key combination to make a @ (at-sign) is normally altgr+q. After installing Windows 10, that has stopped working.
- It worked in Windows 8 on the same PC
- There are no driverless devices in the device manager in Windows
- No specific keyboard driver exists from Lenovo (as far as I can tell)
- If I enable the onscreen keyboard and press alt, the @ sign is visible on the Q key, and if I press that, it works
How can I fix this and get the altgr-q combo at-sign to work again?
If everything else fails, I can create an autohotkey script, but I was really hoping to properly fix this.