Your way to type.
Use text for
- Send email
- Open I18n URL
How to use
That's easy: just place the cursor within the text area and start clicking on the virtual keys. Also you can press a button on your physical keyboard and get the 'virtual' symbol in the text area above.
Note: a key press on the physical keyboard highlighting the wrong virtual key means that you're using non-US keyboard. Please choose the correct keyboard layout from the left dropdown box. If you won't find a suitable keyboard driver then ask a question at our forum.
On the right side of the page you'll find the complete list of the supported keyboard layouts. Just click on the desired layout to type with it. The same list is available in the left dropdown box.
Boxes and questions marks
If you see something wrong on the virtual keys - usually it's a question marks or square boxes - then your OS lacks of the correct unicode fonts. Here are some tips on this:
- Microsoft Office already has the 'Arial Unicode MS' font. Installer skips it dy default.
- Font Code2000 could solve the most of the issues because it includes more than 60000 glyphs. Distributed as Shareware for $5.
- Some languages has the very special fonts. Visit Alan Wood's site for the great fonts collection.
Whether you don't find a layout you'd like to use, or keyboard does not work with your browser, or with any other questions - just start the topic in our forum and we'll do the best to help you.
Keyboard has support the following browsers:
- Internet Explorer 6, 7, 8beta
- Mozilla Firefox 1.5, 2.x, 3.0.x, 3.1
- Opera 8.5, 9.x (has some incompatibilities depending on the keyboard driver installed)
- Safari 3.x (and Konqueror as well)
- Google Chrome