Turkish keyboard layout
kim at laptop.org
Wed May 21 00:55:59 EDT 2008
We are trying to finalize the Turkish keyboard and I would like to get
any last minute opinions or thoughts. A number of people have already
provided their input -- THANKS!
Please see the updated "Q" keyboard layout for Turkey:
If anyone can provide the xkb file, that would be great!
We could also use some help with Turkish translations.
Thanks Gary for catching the missing 'V' in the earlier version of the
On Sun, May 11, 2008 at 11:42 PM, Kim Quirk <kim at laptop.org> wrote:
> Thanks for the notes, Gary.
> On Sun, May 11, 2008 at 6:22 PM, Gary C Martin <gary at garycmartin.com> wrote:
>> Hi Kim,
>> Just to follow up my previous email, I've heard back from the family
>> members I have in Turkey and they confirmed they use the Q layout and
>> described the main differences in text:
>> The keyboard we have here has a silent "g" on the top right hand
>> side, a "u" with dots on the top on the top right hand side, an "s" with a
>> squiggle underneath on the middle row right hand side, and an "i" with a dot
>> on the top on the middle right hand side. Also an "o" with two dots on the
>> bottom right hand side, and a "c" with a squiggle underneath on the bottom
>> right hand side.
>> Hope that's of some help.
>> -- Gary
>> On 7 May 2008, at 04:28, Kim Quirk wrote:
>>> We're looking for some help on the Turkey keyboard layout. Attached is an
>>> image of the 'Q' layout for Turkey. Can anyone verify the details of this
>>> Bernie, Arjun,
>>> Can either of you create this alternate Turkey keyboard wiki page and
>>> figure out what needs to be done for SW support?
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