Creating an APL keyboard

Creating an APL keyboard

PostPosted by ADel » Fri Apr 23, 2010 5:15 am

Hi!

I did solve the problem I had entering APL characters with a Belgian French keyboard by creating a new personal one.

I did use MSKLC 1.4 (MicroSoft Keyboard Layout Creator).
In fact I did create this keyboard for use with Dyalog APL, but it also works with NARS.
The only two small problems: 1) I have to switch to that keyboard manually, 2) everytime I start NARS or I create an empty workspace.
(Under Dialog, it is possible to configure to use the keyboard)

For this you need to know the Unicode code of the APL symbols.

In the attached file you'll find the codes and the keyboard I created.
The light gray keys are dead keys.

Hope this helps,

Alain
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Problems with (belgian) French azerty keyboard

PostPosted by forummaster » Fri Apr 23, 2010 7:40 am

{73.168}ADel wrote:
{73.168}ADel wrote:
I did solve the problem I had entering APL characters with a Belgian French keyboard by creating a new personal one.

I did use MSKLC 1.4 (MicroSoft Keyboard Layout Creator).
In fact I did create this keyboard for use with Dyalog APL, but it also works with NARS.
The only two small problems: 1) I have to switch to that keyboard manually, 2) everytime I start NARS or I create an empty workspace.
(Under Dialog, it is possible to configure to use the keyboard)

For this you need to know the Unicode code of the APL symbols.

In the attached file you'll find the codes and the keyboard I created.
The light gray keys are dead keys.

Thanks for sharing your keyboard definition. I played with MKLC some time ago and didn't see a way to define Alt- keystrokes, so I look forward to seeing what you did. I didn't find an attachment, though.
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