@xiroux yeah I have the same problem with my family name because it has a squiggle
@tursiops Ah cool! Like the one in the spanish ñ? :)
@alice @tursiops In spanish, a "tilde" is the straight line in áéíóú, but the curly thing in "la eñe" (it is its name, indeed) is called "virgulilla", which is a really cool name. The Royal Spanish Academy accepts "tilde" as the name of the thingie on top of the "ñ", too, though, but I like "virgulilla" better :3
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