Ken (funkybassoon) wrote in linguaphiles,
Ken
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Virtual Keyboardishness

In my quest to learn Hebrew, I came across a virtual keyboard. This isn't just any virtual keyboard (not one that I have seen, anyway...). You can type in many different languages (greek, turkish, hebrew (nikud and non-nikud), Russian, danish, portuguese, french, etc...), switch back and forth with normal keyboard layout (for vocabulary lists), and then make a PDF file of what you are typing (for sharing, printing, convenience). I was astonished when it actually worked. The only thing is that you can't copy and paste stuff from the internet, you have to type it in yourself. I thought this is a wonderful resource to know about:

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