From: Jonathan Rosenne (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Apr 28 2007 - 21:42:37 CST
Have you tried using those?
Keycap covers and other labeling methods are messy and look awful after
extensive use, and miniature displays are only useful for minor efforts at
On the other hand, keyboard engraving on top of the Latin is often
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> This is a cool keyboard, but I don't see why it is so
> critical to the use of minority languages. We already have
> the capability of remapping keyboards in all major operating
> systems. What this adds is merely labelling of the keycaps.
> Touch typists don't need this, and learners or others who
> don't know the keyboard have a number of other approaches
> available, from keycap covers to miniature maps of the
> keyboard displayed on the monitor.
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