From: Kent Karlsson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Jan 03 2010 - 15:23:37 CST
Den 2010-01-03 22.01, skrev "Karl Pentzlin" <email@example.com>:
> Please have a look at:
> The revision of ISO/IEC 9995-3 is now in the FDIS ballot stage and thus
> It tries to be a compromise between required compatibility to older standards
> and being intuitive as far as possible for an audience as large as possible.
> DE> 4. can be implemented using Microsoft Keyboard Layout Creator (no more
> DE> than 4 shift states; Ctrl+char is not useful)
> "4 shift states" is not compatible with the group/level concept of
I'm surprised that the new draft standard does not have 4 levels but sticks
with the outdated 3 levels the old version had...
And (still, though changed) the "common second group". Thanks, but no
> ISO/IEC 9995 which has successful implementations in several keyboard
> standards in different countries. There are three levels which usually
> are recognized as shift states (the third one is commonly invoked by
> the AltGr key, if one is present, or by Ctrl+Alt), and usually one or
> two groups.
> Ctrl+char is not used anyway in this concept.
> Microsoft Keyboard Layout Creator (V1.4) is definitely an outdated tool.
> - Karl
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