From: Chris Harvey (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Sep 18 2006 - 13:53:01 CDT
On Mon, 18 Sep 2006 14:38:42 -0400, Philippe Verdy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> • The Kutenai in Canada already use a QWERTY based layout for their
> Note however that the layout shown is on screen only;
They keyboard layout graphic is a screenshot from Ukulele, a Mac keyboard
layout builder. The screen shot shows what the actual keyboard layout will
Regarding your previous message, I don't think its appropriate to compare
the position of the ‘a’ key on the AZERTY keyboard (left pinky-finger, one
row up) with the ‘a’ on this Salish keyboard (left pinky-finger two rows
up, one row left) — the US keyboard Grave key.
> enough, and that combinations of keystrokes are appropriate and avoided
> as much as possible for the actual language;
What’s wrong with combinations of keystrokes? Welsh doesn’t need a ‘rh’
key, nor does Croatian need a ‘nj’ key, and Vietnamese certainly doesn't
need a ệ key.
As this is probably getting off topic for the Unicode list, I’m going to
let my opinion rest.
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