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I've been using the hacker keyboard for ages, and with a bigger screen, I started to use the 5 row compact layout - the US international layout that is used for normal keyboards on laptops and desktops.

My problem: where is the € or euro sign?

Android Hacker Keyboard - 5 row compact

  • Too bad you deleted it, because that could be the answer. – SPRBRN Aug 9 at 12:18
  • I uninstalled the keyboard, removing all settings, then reinstalled it. I enabled the 5 row compact layout (US QWERTY only). It looks exactly the same as my screenshot. I think you don't have this keyboard selected. – SPRBRN Aug 9 at 13:06
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I have English (India) & English US as languages & keyboard set as 5 row compact layout (US QWERTY only), with the keyboard having default settings with only change being Popup mini keyboard settings to the last one, Add Self

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Press Alt and letter e, together and in the menu that appears, you see at the end as in screenshot (see video)

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  • If it doesn't work for you because of system language, you can try other Popup mini keyboard options – beeshyams Aug 9 at 14:30
  • In theme and settings, I enabled ASCII (labelled alternate keys), I don't think that has any bearing, just clarifying so that you know why keyboard looks slightly different – beeshyams Aug 9 at 14:49
  • Did it not work for you? Curious – beeshyams Aug 14 at 9:39

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