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And why don't you use a single glyph of IJ/ij instead of two separate letters? It perfectly capitalizes, meaning, that LO won't try to turn it to Ij, I have checked that with IJsel (the word sounds Dutch enough to me although I may be mistaken).

And why don't you use a single glyph of IJ/ij instead of two separate letters? It perfectly capitalizes, meaning, that LO won't try to turn it to Ij, I have checked that with IJsel (the word sounds Dutch enough to me although I may be mistaken).

It looks like the Dutch keyboard layout for Windows does not have any option to input IJ/ij. That is what I would call an oddity. Type in 133 then hit Alt+X to get ij, type in 132 then hit At+X to get IJ.