I'm afraid this combination that you have suggested does not work either.
Use CTRL-ALT-SHIFT-0 (Zero) and get no response from the system.
Use CTRL-ALT-SHIFT- O (Oh) and get Ó . . . .
But this is probably explained by differences between your Danish keyboard and my English(Ireland) keyboard. Your keyboard has to accomodate Danish accented characters while my keyboard can use these keys for other things.
It is really unforgivable that Maple was aware of this issue but still did not remedy it. "Bugs" are there to be fixed, not simply labelled and ignored.
I wonder if you can provide me with the character code of CTRL-ALT-SHIFT-0 on your Danish keyboard ?
Then I can try and find the equivalent key - if any - on my English(Ireland) keyboard.
Otherwise can anyone at MapleSoft tell me how to program one of my function keys to do this in-line output operation ?
I have just installed the English(United Kingdom) keyboard and tried using a number of key combinations like CTRL-=, CTRL-ALT-SHIFT-0, CTRL-, CTRL-SHIFT-, etc . No dice.
And I have even now installed the Canadian keyboard (Canadian multilingual standard) and that does not do it either.
So much high-brow stuff in Maple, yet such a low-brow failure.
Let's hope that the Mathematica disease isn't entering into things here . . .