Re: Standard Hebrew Keyboard Layout

The slash and the semicolon are in the layout. I thought that on
top of W is apostrophe. I guess that I should go into windows
and see how it uses the keyboard. In any case, I'll be happy
to receive patches to my keyboard map.

About standards, the map at:

is standard as far as Hebrew characters are concerned. What is
non-standard about it is the placement of Nikud. Please see the
ivrix archives looking for the string "SI 1452 insanity" in
the ivrix-discuss archive for a discussion about why I decided not
to adher to that standard.


On Fri, Oct 05, 2001 at 08:53:03PM +0300, Uri David Akavia wrote:
> Hello.
> Dov's layout is the standard hebrew layout.
> The only things I didn't see in Dov's layout are the backquote (sits on
> the W), the slash (sits on Q) and the semicolon (sits on ~). Other than
> that it is exactly like the standard.
> To Dov - did you deliberately drop them or was it unplanned?
> As far as I know, there is only one standard hebrew layout, much like
> there aren't two versions of QWERTY.
> Uri David
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