Süäüüelläi (alcarilinque) wrote in linguaphiles,

Chorded Keyboards

Since standard keyboards can recognize multiple keypresses, does anyone know of any chording keyboard software that doesn't require additional hardware? There is also software that allows you to make your own keyboard layouts, but as far as I know none of them let you do quite what is needed to accomplish the same sort of thing that chorded keyboards do with their multiple presses for one letter. I could be wrong though, and I'd kind of hope so. :)

I'm also curious if anyone knows of any syllabic input methods for non-asian languages... But open to any sort of entertaining alternate text input methods. :)
Tags: input methods, syllablic text input

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