German Language question

Foebane72

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In the German language, I've heard that if an umlaut (two dots above a u for example) cannot be used in certain cases, like typing a filename, then the "ü" can be replaced with a "ue", as in "Fuehrer" instead of "Führer" - is that correct?
 

fizl

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Thats how we do the names of people for email addresses in our company, umlauts become ue
 

signs

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In the German language, I've heard that if an umlaut (two dots above a u for example) cannot be used in certain cases, like typing a filename, then the "ü" can be replaced with a "ue", as in "Fuehrer" instead of "Führer" - is that correct?
:rolleyes:
 

Jamezinho

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Foebane72

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Yeah, well, it's the one example everyone knows.

I'm asking because I need to rename my MP3 of Wagner's "Ride of the Valkyries" or "Die Walküre" to "Die Walkuere" - I hope that's correct.
 

Axl

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Yeah, well, it's the one example everyone knows.

I'm asking because I need to rename my MP3 of Wagner's "Ride of the Valkyries" or "Die Walküre" to "Die Walkuere" - I hope that's correct.
That would be spot on :smashin:
 

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