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Nume fpi sänume:

--- Quote from: Veryth on January 09, 2010, 03:04:21 am ---I've also went ahead and created a Na'vi keyboard layout, but unlike the original version, I've kept the normal US keyboard and added the characters to the extended shift states, much like how US-International functions.  The main difference is that the Na'vi characters are where you'd expect them to be, for example, Alt+Ctrl (or Right-Alt) + A == ä instead of the á you'd get with US-International (where'd you have to type Alt+Ctrl+Q in order to get the ä).  Not to mention the accent on the US-Internation Alt+Ctrl+I is the wrong way. 

Anyways, the following characters are supported (as well as capitalized variants with Shift):

Alt+Ctrl+A: ä
Alt+Ctrl+I: ì
Alt+Ctrl+U: ú

Again, you can also use Right-Alt instead of Alt+Ctrl.  Let me know if you have any issues or if I missed any necessary characters.

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The international keyboard had a few ways of getting letters. To get ä using international i do Shift + " + a = ä, also for the ì character its just `(thats the ~ key without the shift, next to the 1 key) + i = ì

Baron:

--- Quote from: Seze on December 30, 2009, 09:20:07 pm ---For the Mac users out there I have created a QWERTY and Dvorak version of the Na'vi keyboard layout.  Since q b d j are not used, q & b = ä and d & j = ì.  If anyone wants these rearranged in any other way, just say so and I will gladly make a new version.

Installation,

To install, drop the layout file into /Library/Keyboard Layouts/ folder.  The layout should then be accessible in the Language & Text preferences pane under Input Sources.

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I'm surprised to see a Dvorak mention, too bad I'm not a Mac user though.

Everyone should use Dvorak, its less work!

Seze:
I <3 Dvorak.  Can't live without it now.  Sucks the iPhone doesn't have a Dvorak layout.  DEATH TO QWERTY!!!

jparachoniak:

--- Quote from: Veryth on January 09, 2010, 03:04:21 am ---Alt+Ctrl+U: ú

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why ú character?

Taronyu:

--- Quote from: Seze on December 30, 2009, 09:20:07 pm ---For the Mac users out there I have created a QWERTY and Dvorak version of the Na'vi keyboard layout.  Since q b d j are not used, q & b = ä and d & j = ì.  If anyone wants these rearranged in any other way, just say so and I will gladly make a new version.

Installation,

To install, drop the layout file into /Library/Keyboard Layouts/ folder.  The layout should then be accessible in the Language & Text preferences pane under Input Sources.

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Qwerty one didn't work for me, at all. Might be because I have a british board...

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