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The text you type using the online keyboards are not send to our servers or to anyone else. We store the text on your browser so that you don't accidentally lose your work. This also allows you toand changes while editing text. If you accidentally close your browser, the text will not be lost. You can delete the data by pressing before leaving the page. Saving data on the browser works only on modern browsers.
The text you type will transfer to Google, Twitter, or Facebook if you explicitly click the corresponding buttons to search, tweet, or post.
You may be using unsupported browser to access this site. The online keyboards are compatible with Internet Explorer 6.0+, Firefox 1.5+, Google Chrome, Opera 9.5+, and Safari 3.0+.is not supported on keyboard input. is used to access the state. Shift Lock for Swiss German, Hebrew, and other keyboards is supported.
These may appear on your screen instead of your letters for a number of reasons. Make sure a Unicode font for your letters is installed on your computer. If you copied the text to a word processor, make sure a font that supports your letters is selected. You can download Unicode fonts from Alan Wood's website.
The first place to check for missing letters is to press. You can also press + and see if the missing letters are available.
Some accented letters may not show up initially on the keyboard. First you will need to type the diacritical mark and you will see the accented letters. Additional accented letters may be found when pressing.
You may use the Unicode character picker to enter letters not available on the online keyboards.
To use the online keyboards offline, you can simply save the page and use the online keyboard when you want to. If you want to use native keyboard to work with your applications, continue reading.
Most personal computers come with many different languages pre-installed. All you need to do is set your keyboard to type your language. The following instruction videos show you how to do just that.
This YouTube video tutorial shows how to setup your computer keyboard to Greek on Windows 7. If you want another keyboard, you would choose your keyboard instead of Greek. If you don't find your language in the input language list, you can select any language.
This YouTube video tutorial shows how to setup your computer keyboard to Greek Poly-tonic on Windows XP.
This YouTube video tutorial shows how to setup Greek on Mac OS X. The steps are very similar if you have another version of Mac computer.
This video shows how to setup Hebrew on Ubuntu version 8.10. There are quiet a lot of keyboards available on Ubuntu sorted by country and language. Happy typing!
Keyboard stickers are rectangular labels that stick on the keys of your computer keyboard. They help you locate your characters on your keyboard. Keyboard stickers come in different sizes and colors. They can be made with transparent material. Some keyboards have keys that can pop out. You can buy a set of keys for your language and replace the keys.