We're trying to build a user interface for Windows NT that
incorporates Unicode. The problem is that there seems to be no simple
way to reencode the keyboard for each language. We have considered
getting around this by installing international versions of NT
(e.g. the korean version), but this seems like overkill.
The ideal would be an application that reencoded the keyboard, and
displayed a picture of it on the screen in the proper language. The
application would be easily configurable for many different languages
(latin-based, korean, arabic, etc.), and would interact easily with
Anyone have any ideas? Either commercial software or non-commercial
code would be wonderful.
-- christopher m. hogan language technologies institute firstname.lastname@example.org carnegie mellon university computational linguistics pittsburgh, pa
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