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How should keyboard mnemonics be localized?
Is there a standard approach to localizing (internationalize) keyboard mnemonics? For example, in Windows Notepad in English, if the user types Alt+E then P, the Edit menu opens and then the Paste ...
May 3 '13 at 2:56
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