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Subject: Re: special characters
From: Marion Gunn <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scholars and students of Old Irish <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 23 Jun 2009 15:56:49 +0100

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And also just for the record: isn't it great to be alive on a sunny day 
in Ireland, alive and with the kind of tools at our fingertips as a 
woman might have been found willing to sell her very soul to get her 
hands on twenty years ago, when computers outpriced the more than 
average soul, and the web as much a figment of the hungry imagination as 
a Starship transponder system!
(cc: GAELIC-L, in case the news below has yet to reach people on that list)

Scríobh Carl Edlund Anderson:
> ...
> Just for the record, I can read those just fine.
> For other Mac users, SIL produces (or at least hosts) a handy utility 
> called Ukelele 
> (<>) 
> which allows you to create/edit your own software keyboard layouts for 
> OS X.  If you work with a language or particular mix of languages that 
> don't have their own standard keyboard layouts, or you don't happen to 
> like the standard layouts, or you have a non-standard physical 
> keyboard that isn't configure to work conveniently with existing 
> layouts, then you can just edit up your own. :)
> So if you needed that dotted-s a lot, you can just tweak an existing 
> keyboard layout to make it accessible from some convenient and 
> memorable key combination, like option-s or something.
> Cheers,
> Carl
> -- 
> Carl Edlund Anderson

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