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1/10/16
Original Poster
Giliuy

insert date shortcut doesn't work (french AZERTY keyboard using chrome in english)


I tried:
1 disabling all extension + delete history + cookies
2 restart chrome

The Ctrl+; still doesn't insert the date in spread sheet on Chrome.

But other other basic shortcuts work fine on Chome (copy past...)
And this shortcut works on firefox.

Any idea?


System:
● Chrome Version 47.0.2526.106 m (last version)
● windows 7.


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Bdenn
1/9/16
Bdenn
Hello Giliuy,
I just tried it in chrome and it worked good. Have you tried deleting history and cookies? 

-Bdenn
Gill
1/9/16
Gill
What language are you working in - and does the French keyboard have the semi-colon in hte same place as what you are working in (English US, English UK?)
What computer operating system are you using - and is your Chrome up to date?
James/mreighties
1/9/16
James/mreighties
Hello,

Try using the Command+; to insert a date.

James :)
James/mreighties
1/9/16
James/mreighties
Uhhh, 

Nevermind, that was a Mac keyboard I was looking at.



1/10/16
Original Poster
Giliuy
Hi Bdenn!
 I just did, but it didn't work. (I edited my question) 
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Joboman
2/8/16
Joboman
Hey Giliuy,
try using CRTL+$ for a French keyboard


succes, Job
 
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