Farsi Keyboard - فارسی صفحه کلید

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This Farsi Keyboard enables you to easily type Farsi online without installing Farsi keyboard. You can use your computer keyboard or mouse to type Farsi letters with this online keyboard.

Pressing Esc on the Farsi keyboard layout will toggle the mouse input between virtual QWERTY keyboard and virtual Farsi keyboard. The key will also turn on/off your keyboard input conversion. Pressing Esc on your keyboard has the same function.

Press Shift or either Ctrl + Alt or AltGr for additional Farsi letters that are not visible on the keyboard.

The zero-width joiner (ZWJ) can be used to make a character appear in its connected form by itself. It is invisible and located on the [`] key (typing م followed by the ZWJ yields م‍).

The zero-width non-joiner (ZWNJ) is used if two characters are not intended to be connected. It is invisible like the ZWJ and it is located on [shift][b] key (typing م followed by the ZWNJ followed by م yields م‌م).

Instructions for using Transliteration

Some of the mappings are th(ث), j(ج), hh(ح), kh(خ), ch(چ), dh(ذ), zh(ژ), sh(ش), ts(ص), dd(ض), tt(ط), zz/dz(ظ), gh(غ), v/w(و), ,(،), ?(؟), :(؍), ;(؛), $(﷼), %(٪), *(×), **(٭), <(«), >(»), `0(), `1(), =(ZWJ), and -(ZWNJ)

Single quote(') is used as a partition so that the left and right sides are transliterated separately. For example, s'h yields ثه while sh yields ش. In addition, single quote can be used to get the original letter. For example, '$ yields $ while $ yields ﷼.

For mobile phones and tablets, touch and hold inside the text area to copy the text. You can then paste the text in any app such as Facebook, Twitter, email, or search app.

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