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On a US QWERTY layout or on your local QWERTY layout? Usually when a cheat says to hit tilde, the correct position is the one indicated on the picture. But I indeed experienced a few rare times (most notably in America's Army 3) when it was next to enter, where the double quote / coma is on the picture. Maybe we need to indicate this other possible location, but it would be great to see which country or which QWERTY variation this comes from. Patheticcockroach 18:54, 6 April 2010 (CEST)
On N/A Tilde is always on # key next to Enter! And all english ones are like this too!Prentice 19:15, 6 April 2010 (CEST)
- That's weird... a search for QWERTY keyboard give me things like: http://www.dayiwasborn.net/clientimages/40333/CCampanella/QwertyKeyboard/qwerty.jpg, http://half-qwerty.com/pr/art/hq_kbd.jpg, http://www.hooleon.com/miva/graphics/00000001/Avant%20Stellar-116%20key%20-700.jpg or http://www.dimensionsguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/Qwerty-Keyboard.jpg ... Did something happen to the QWERTY layout recently? I guess I'm going to end up switching my layout to US QWERTY to check that out... Patheticcockroach 20:00, 6 April 2010 (CEST)
- On N/A Tilde is always on # key next to Enter! And all english ones are like this too!Prentice 19:15, 6 April 2010 (CEST)