If you are an editor, a translator, a copywriter or a designer and type a lot of texts in a number of languages, you know how much time you usually spend on typing accented characters. This is especially true for languages with a large number of accented letters that become a real pain in the neck for inexperienced users. Fortunately, there are tools like Accent Composer that can easily solve this problem!
Accent Composer is a handy utility that helps you type any character supported by Windows with a single press of a key combination. Forget about using the Character Map application or the Insert Symbols command in MS Word! You can now paste any characters simply by pressing the predefined Compose key, the necessary accent mark and the letter you want to combine it with. For instance, if you want to type the letter «ñ», all you need to do is to press your Compose key (the right Alt key by default), then press «~» and, finally, press «n». As you see, it’s a lot faster than starting any additional tools and incomparably easier than keeping the codes of the necessary keys in mind. The program sits quietly in the taskbar and changes color when the Compose button is pressed to let you know that it’s waiting for the remaining part of the sequence. Accent Composer supports a little over 350 characters «out of the box», including all Greek and Latin characters. However, the program can also support over 65000 characters included in the Unicode standard, including Cyrillic, Hebrew and Arabic languages.
If you need to type non-standard characters a lot faster than you do now, Accent Composer is just what you need to boost your performance!
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