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Member Since: Feb 13, 2007
Location: Worthing, West Sussex, UK
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LOL I've just found this problem as I was editing a style sheet for a website and just sat there for several minutes thinking "but it has to be here".

It does raise the question why Apple are releasing keyboards without this important symbol, which is used a lot in CSS and PHP not to mention other programming languages (key markets I would have thought for Apple products), even being mentioned on the keys. If the sign is shown on a UK keyboard as Alt+2 why isn't the # listed on Alt+3?

I really like the look and feel of the white Apple keyboard but I must admit that I'm thinking of replacing it with a more 'standard' one.
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