@TheTraveler: I was going to suggest localisation settings... somehow I forgot to add the serious, helpful component to my post :S
Glad you got it sorted though.
(It sounds like a Danish keyboard layout is substantially different from a UK one, btw).
The first title that will be released: Cat Simulator 2014 - Schroedinger Edition.
@TheTraveler: Wait... is alt gr + number some weird Mac thing? Because the alternate character of a key is usually accessed with shift, not alt gr. (€ and certain accents are the only characters I use with frequency that are accessed with alt gr, anyway).
EDIT: Besides, on a proper keyboard layout @ isn't on a number key anyway ;)
This. I'm not really sure how this is any different to, say, a hardware keylogger that's disguised as a flash drive, wireless mouse transceiver of hidden inside a keyboard.
Remember, folks, always use protection:
Actually the City of London Police Authority is the City of London Corporation - http://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/about-the-city/who-we-are/police-authority/Pages/default.aspx/.
Now of course they don't set the laws that the police enforce but they are responsible for the management, accountability and priorities of the police - fulfilling the role of the police and crime commissioner in other forces (and those who don't like the City's electorate should probably be grateful they don't have the same structure as other forces...).
Note that the City of London Corporation (aka Corporation of London) is not a corporation in the sense of a private interest but the equivalent of a borough council for that region of London.
And the insinuation that City of London police are in the pocket of big business because they are nearby misses the rather important fact that City of London police have put more rich people in jail for rich-people crimes like fraud, embezzlement, ponzi schemes and the like than probably the rest of the UK police force combined.
This. It would not be in the interest these big businesses to have a generally ineffective police force anyway (it's a kind of prisoners dilemma - fraud is only going to benefit you if you're the only person doing it).
The thread is on track to be the new world's hardest riddle thread...
@Bass:Because virtually nobody lives in the city of London so the main funders and users of council services are the business. Presumably the reason business don't get to vote in other local authority elections is because their owners/employees will be adequately represented by their personal votes.
Essentially what you're proposing is a virtually unelected council; or at least one that is elected by a tiny, tiny minority of those they serve.
It's worth pointing out here that the reason for City of London police involvement is probably more to do with the fact that their involvement in the financial services world means they've got one of the biggest fraud investigation departments of any UK police force and this has extended to other forms of financial/white collar/high tech crime and less to do with vested corporate interests. (I'm going to hazard a guess that most of the bankers in the city couldn't give a rats arse about pirating anyway...)
Heck, these rants always amuse because, compared to the Metropolitan Police (responsible for the rest of London)...
(That doesn't mean I think they've taken the right approach here or that they've got good form in this area...)