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> Keyboard With International English Keymapping, On Cacko 1.23
OttoAcuna
post Dec 28 2005, 05:50 PM
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I need to use a keymapping that allows me to use the keyboard as is but with support for international codes. On a PC, this is usually accomplished, when using an english keyboard, by choosing international english keyboard layout. In this way I get (SHIFT+ ~) + N and get an ñ
(SHIFT + ~) + (SHIFT + N) and get an Ñ
(Shift + " ) + U and you get a ü

' + A and you get an á

etc. In this way I use the keyboard to type english or spanish seemlessly and do not have to memorize key positions. It also supports portuguese as ã õ, etc.

How do I do this with Cacko 1.23 or with the Stock ROM.

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Otto
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post Dec 28 2005, 08:03 PM
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QUOTE(OttoAcuna @ Dec 29 2005, 11:50 AM)
I need to use a keymapping that allows me to use the keyboard as is but with support for international codes. On a PC, this is usually accomplished, when using an english keyboard, by choosing international english keyboard layout. In this way I get (SHIFT+ ~) + N and get an ñ
(SHIFT + ~) + (SHIFT + N) and get an Ñ
(Shift + " ) + U and you get a ü

' + A  and you get an á

etc. In this way I use the keyboard to type english or spanish seemlessly and do not have to memorize key positions. It also supports portuguese as ã õ, etc.

How do I do this with Cacko 1.23 or with the Stock ROM.

Regards,

Otto
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install inputhelper which allows you to define macros and keysequences
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