The standard Swedish keyboard layout typically does not include specific characters used in the Sami languages. The Sami languages have additional characters that are not present in the standard Swedish alphabet.
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The Sami languages are a group of Uralic languages spoken by the Sami people in northern Europe, including parts of Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Russia. These languages have unique characters to represent sounds that are not found in the Swedish language.
If you specifically need to type characters from the Sami languages, you might need to use a keyboard layout or input method that includes these characters. Some operating systems allow you to add alternative keyboard layouts or input methods that include characters from specific languages.
It's important to check the keyboard settings or input methods on your computer and see if there is an option for a Sami keyboard layout or input method. Keep in mind that the availability of such options may depend on the operating system and version you are using. If you can't find a built-in solution, you may also consider using specialized software or tools designed for Sami language input.