April 16, 2019 at 5:52 am #12993
doktor.oswaldoParticipantTopics: 0Replies: 37Thanked: 26 times
I’m using the German and very often the Spanish language. So for mi would be nice if there is a possibility to write the character “ñ”, for example to use the “yellow arrow” key and the key “N”. I prefer the standard QWERTZ layout and additional a “yellow ñ” on the key “N”….
Thanks for all this perfect work F(x) team. I hope, we will get soon the possibility to pre order the QWERTZ layout!
I already had this discussion in other threads but for people which are typing different languages on the same keyboard the US-International is a solid way to go.
This should work for any combination of western (latin) languages (don’t pin me down on the exact terminus, but just languages which are using latin letters).
A layout for a specific combinations of two languages however is unrealistic.
You must be logged in to access attached files.April 23, 2019 at 7:41 am #13425
skkaymanParticipantTopics: 0Replies: 4Thanked: 5 times
It would be great if the keys map can be changed. That way you can have qwerty, qwertz, azerty and whatever you want. That is stupidly impossible with blackberry android phone.. I do not care about printing, after a few days of use, I do not look at keys.April 23, 2019 at 7:37 pm #13484
lcsaszarParticipantTopics: 0Replies: 1Thanked: 1 time
As for me, I use Hungarian keyboard on my PC and on my previous Nokia N97 mini. It is a variant of QWERTZ, first row ending with 89öüó, second row ending with iopőú, third row ending with kléáű, bottom row ending with nm,.-
Question is how to fit the alt gr characters that are less freqently used.
I can make a photo on the N97 mini keybord for reference, I would be happy with something similar.
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