[Scribus] 1.3.4 - The Great Breakage Part 2

avox avox
Fri Mar 31 00:27:53 CEST 2006

Christoph Sch?fer wrote:
> Am Freitag, 31. M?rz 2006 00:00 schrieb avox:
>> When Germans use French accents on French words that doesn't make it a
>> German accent, does it? 
> That's not what I wrote. They are used in German (and in Dutch) too,
> that's 
> all.

They are not used for German words.

>> Also in German foreign words get assimilated, as in 
>> "Fassade",
> Some are assimilated, some are not, some are both. You will not write
> "voila".

Most Germans would write it like that since it's far too difficult to
if you need "?" or "`" on your French words :-) 

But you're right, I have the French accents on my keyboard, except for the 
silly-C, so I can write words like "Caf?" or "r?le" -- oops, that's an
English word. :-)

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