[Spellyans] Cornish keyboard layout
A. J. Trim
ajtrim at msn.com
Mon Jan 31 20:18:16 GMT 2011
I sent the following post to Spellyans, yesterday. If you did not get it,
together with my .zip file, then the answer is "no":
Eddie has said that his typing speed really drops, when using a PC, when he
needs to type diacritical marks. I have developed a keyboard layout that may
help. See attached.
This works on a PC with Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 – assuming
that you are currently using an English (Great Britain) keyboard layout. It
partially works on Windows 2000. It won’t work unless you are currently
using a British machine. It won’t work with Macintoshes, and it won’t work
Unzip the attached. Read the Readme.txt file.
Andrew J. Trim
Well, that was yesterday. My .zip file is called "Keyboard Cornish
Layout04". I have now placed it on my Microsoft Windows Live Sky Drive, and
have made it "Public". I'll send you the link in a separate e-mail. If you
try mine, I'll be glad to try yours! I'm sure that we will both learn
something. It would be good to find something similar for Linux. I have PCs
running Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 7, and Linux Mint 10.0.
Unfortunately, I do not have access to a Macintosh machine.
Andrew J. Trim
From: Thomas Leigh
Sent: Monday, January 31, 2011 5:47 PM
To: Standard Cornish discussion list
Subject: [Spellyans] Cornish keyboard layout
I have created a Cornish keyboard layout (well, a Celtic one really,
as i believe I've included all the diacritics necessary for all six
Celtic languages) for Windows. I took the UK keyboard layout as a base
and added AltGr combinations and a few dead keys. Is there anyone on
the list who would be willing to be a guinea pig and test it out for
me? I'd be glad for feedback.
Does the Spellyans list accept attachments on emails sent to it? I've
got the whole thing in a ZIP file.
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