Cooper Journal: Diacritical character entry made simple (by stealing from the iPhone OS)

It's attention to details like these that make Apple win:
I’m going to call it. Apple won on this one.The whole host of Latin-derived diacritical characters (such as ç, č, & ĉ) are too large to fit into a standard keyboard. The methods by which various operating systems have provided access to them have, in all but one case, sucked.This sucks. It’s hard to access and takes way too much visual hunting, not to mention having to

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