From: Philippe Verdy (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Mar 24 2004 - 17:23:13 EST
From: "Peter Constable" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > From: Peter Kirk [mailto:email@example.com]
> > Does it include input methods for all of the letters used in Urdu?
> > Antoine pointed out to me that the Arabic (101) keyboard which I
> > mentioned does support all of these methods. Or are you calling
> > Character Map an input method?
> No, I wasn't counting CharMap. I don't know what all characters are used
> in Urdu. The info at
> indicates that the Arabic (101) keyboard is the default on Win2K for
In my Windows XP, I have four keyboard layouts proposed for the Urdu language:
"Arabic (101)", "Arabic (102)", "Arabic (102) AZERTY" and "Urdu", plus the
keyboards for the Brahmic/ISCII transliterations in India, and the Tavulesoft
"Urdu" keyboard layout, all of which can be added simultaneously to the language
bar are selected from there. Isn't that enough?
I don't see where is the issue there. May be it's only for Windows 2000 (and of
course Windows 9x/ME which does not support easily multiple layouts, and where
Tavulesoft Keyman is probably a good solution).
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