----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Everson" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, July 07, 2002 1:48 PM
Subject: Keyboard entry on PCs
> Let's say I was making a keyboard for Northern Sami, intended to work
> on PCs running Windows, and wanted to replace the Q key with the
> letter Á. That's easy enough, but since Q has been replaced, it needs
> to be available via another mechanism such. On the Mac, you could
> have the following:
> plain q = á
> shift q = Á
> option q = q
> shift-option q = Q
> Can this be done on PCs with the Alt key or the AltGr key, or with
> some other key that won't interfere with the menu shortcuts and so
> on? Would Tavultesoft be the way to do this?
That is possible to to in Keyman; however, I'd recomment you to use AltGr
instead of Alt, as the Alt key is necessary for other purposes if you don't
have any mouse for the computer.
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