Hello,some keyboard layouts use so called dead keys to insert accent marks above letters typed next. Unfortunately, NVDA treats dead keys as ordynary keys, so I'm unable to write accented characters which are not present as separate characters on keyboard, but have to be composed using dead key, for example umlauted characters on Czech keyboard layout. Any idea how to solve this problem? The only workaround I know is typing Unicode codes of such characters using Alt+numpad keys, but they are used for another purpose in NVDA.
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