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The right ALT key is the AltGr-key. It might not be marked as AltGr as on my US-keyboard (HP).

The right ALT key is the AltGr-key. It might not be marked as AltGr as on my US-keyboard (HP).

EDIT: You can use the Compose Character Extension (3 keystrokes instead of one).

Install US-International Keyboard (Windows) and use it for Umlauts, accented character (Accent 1. than Character "+a -> ä ) but you want get your Swedish characters.

Try the onscreen keyboard, it displays the special characters when you click AltGr.

The right ALT key is the AltGr-key. It might not be marked as AltGr as on my US-keyboard (HP).

EDIT: You can use the Compose Character Extension (3 keystrokes instead of one).

Install US-International Keyboard (Windows) and use it for Umlauts, accented character (Accent 1. than Character "+a -> ä ) but you want will not get your Swedish characters.

Try the onscreen keyboard, it displays the special characters when you click AltGr.