Changing keyboard from qwerty to azerty missing

Changing keyboard to Azerty
How todo that ?

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This is handled by your device/browser, which then sends the key codes to Replit.

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Hi @quinzy1!
This is a OS thing, not a Replit problem.

For Windows
  1. Click on the Start menu and select Settings.
  2. Click on Time & Language, then click on Region & language.
  3. Under Languages, click Add a language.
  4. Find the language that you would like to add.
  5. Select the language and click on Options.
  6. Click on Add a keyboard and choose the keyboard you want to add.
  7. If you don’t see the keyboard you want, you may have to download it.
  8. Click on Save.
For Apple Devices
  1. Click on the Apple icon from the top menu bar and select System Settings.
  2. Select Keyboard from the bottom left.
  3. Click the Edit button next to Input Sources.
  4. Click the plus sign (+) from the bottom left.
  5. In the pop-up window, you’ll see a list of languages on the left and options for them on the right.
  6. Select the language you want and then pick the option on the right. For example, French > ABC – AZERTY or English > Dvorak.
  7. Click Add.
  8. Now you should be back on the Keyboard Input Sources screen. You’ll see your newly added keyboard layout on the left. Select it to start using it.
For Ubuntu

Open your Ubuntu settings. Then, click Region and Language > +. Choose a layout by clicking on it and then click Add. The first layout shown in the Input Sources section is your default keyboard—select your chosen layout and tap the up-arrow (^) to move it up.

Disclaimer

Disclaimer: I did not test this out and got this from the internet.

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