Is there really a need for the international English edition? The only difference in the "Finnish version" is that the accompanied manual and the cover are in Finnish. You can still choose English as the system language.

--VisaKopu, 28-Nov-2003

How would I know, it's not like they explain this on their web page or anywhere :-).

--JanneJalkanen, 28-Nov-2003

Besides the manual, the Classic enviroment seems to be in Finnish. I don't know if one can change the system language there.

--jj, 28-Nov-2003

Oh yeah, that's true. I haven't had Classic installed since I don't know when, so I didn't really remembered it existed :-)

--VisaKopu, 28-Nov-2003

Oops, the jj above is not Mr. Janne Jalkanen but me :)

--jjarvile, 28-Nov-2003

We always get German keyboards although we want - as all programmers - english ones :-)

--, 28-Nov-2003

I usually just change the keyboard layout using software into the US layout if I need to code. Makes it much easier to find the <, >, [, { and whatnot characters... Of course, you actually then have to memorize the location of the different punctuation characters, but it's not that difficult.

--JanneJalkanen, 28-Nov-2003

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