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[Poll] Which Country Keyboards Need Support

  

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  1. 1. Which Keyboard Support do you need?



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Karea   

Ok i'm in a bit confused =S

So far the danish layout of the kaybaord seems near perfect... Just not the windows/gui key...

Am i alone in this or have others tried the same?

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no42   

Ok i'm in a bit confused =S

So far the danish layout of the kaybaord seems near perfect... Just not the windows/gui key...

Am i alone in this or have others tried the same?

Yes we are currently having problems with the GUI key, sometimes you have to code a twice

GUI
GUI

Really need to expand the ranks and get to the bottom of why its not working?

but GUI R should work fine.

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Karea   

yea the double GUI works around 60% of the time ty ^_^ Have to stick to GUI R then =S

But thanks for the fast response, got to love you guys xD

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Can someone make a Croatian keyboard file or explain to me how to do it? Another thing and this might be silly because I have no clue about this but couldn't you convert a linux keyboard keymap (if there is such a thing) to the blah.settings format?

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I've received my Rubber Ducky few hours ago and wrote a layout file for the Turkish-Q keyboard. However, there are still some chars that needs to be add.

As far as I see the missing chars are available in ISO_8859_3 (such as A9 hex)

On the other hand, the encoder seems to be support only ISO 8859-1. Is there any way to use chars. in 8859-3 or any possible future implementation on the encoder. I would be happy to contribute.

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Spanish , please xDDDD

Ok, I will help you on that as soon as I have time.

I search at Google Images for "Spanish keyboard layout" and came with several different keyboard layouts. Does the following correct?

spkeyboard.gif

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Oli   

If there is no real support for alternative languages in the Ducky, just use a teensy. Spanish is supported out of the box.

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Ok, I will help you on that as soon as I have time.

I search at Google Images for "Spanish keyboard layout" and came with several different keyboard layouts. Does the following correct?

Thank you localhost! I think this one it is easier to use:

900px-KB_Spanish.svg.png

For example:

"\" = ALT GR + \ (or º as a primary key

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