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// This is a sample keyboard file that lets you change the layout of the // phonetic keyboard that is built

into UDP. It is based on the Tibetan // for Windows Phonetic Keyboard layout. // When you edit this file you must use a text editor like NOTEPAD or EDIT. // and you should make a spare copy of this file before editing it! // Lines that begin with a / or a // are comment lines and are ignored. // Comment lines cannot be longer than 80 characters. Blank lines are ignored. // // // // The first column is a description of the key to be changed. This is for documentation only. It can be up to 23 characters long. It must NOT contain any TAB characters. There must be only spaces after the description up to position 25.

// The second column must contain the default keyboard character in // position 25. DO NOT CHANGE THIS COLUMN EVER! Positions 26 - 29 must // contain blanks. // The third column contains the new key you wish to press to now do what // the old key in position 25 does in the default keyboard. This new // key MUST be in position 30. // Every line except blank and comment lines MUST be exactly 30 characters // long; if not, they will generate an error message and be ignored. // When changing this file you should ONLY change characters in position 30! // If you think you need to change something else, you are probably making // a mistake. // // // // // The character in position 30 can be any upper or lower case letter, any digit or any single special character on your keyboard. It may or may not be in use in the default keyboard. If it is in use in the default keyboard, you should map something else to do its former function! The character in position 30 cannot be a control-char or an alt-character.

// To start using a new keyboard file, you must click on the // Options / Select Tibetan Keyboard Layout / Select Custom Keyboard // menu item and enter the name of the newly created keyboard file. // Comment // | // | // v start stacking tsheg ka kha ga nga ca cha ja nya ta tha da na Default-key New-key | | | | v v h q w e r t y u i o p [ ] f k K g G c C j N t T d n

pa pha ba ma tsa tsha dza wa zha za a chung ya ra la sha sa ha achen gigu shabkyu drengbu naro ta log yig tha log yig da log yig na log yig sha log yig ksha log yig visarga half a chen reverse gigu double drengbu double naro Bindu/da tshe/no nada one two three four five six seven eight nine zero space abbrev sign shad Bindu/da tshe/nada Da tshe Single Da tshe Additional Damaru namche Nya lo gter tsheg virama bindu left vol marker right vol marker hard tsheg Rinchen pung shad Drul shad

a s d f k l ; ' z x c v m , . / > ? g j b n Q W E R T Y : ^ G B N ` 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 = \ ~ ! @ # $ % & * ( ) _ + |

p P b m x X D w Z z ' y r l S s h a i u e o q Q v V L B : ^ I E O ` 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 = \ ~ ! @ # $ % & * ( ) _ + |

// The following are not part of the Tibetan for Windows Phonetic keyboard // but they are available in UDP's Phonetic Keyboard: stack below preceding stacked achung (stacked) wazur forced stack char stacked ya stacked ra MACRO A MACRO D MACRO F MACRO I MACRO J MACRO K MACRO L MACRO O MACRO P MACRO U MACRO X MACRO Z // ^ // | // | // Comment H C " S V M A D F I J K L O P U X Z F " W H Y R [ ] , . J / ? > < U M ;

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