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Ukrainian Keyboard Missing Keys Problem

Hi! I try to add to Ukrainian language popularity and even started a language project for that (honestly, to make my kids learning their native language), but would like to learn if there have been some notices about changing attitude to national keyboards, including Ukrainian, which have no some frequently used keys (f.i. 'apostrophe', recently returned letters, etc)?

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What I've noticed but first.

In reply to: Ukrainian Keyboard Missing Keys Problem

Your post has spam in it. That link was not needed at all.

If you had left out the spam link I might have written about how to create more keyboards and such but your post looks like the usual site/spam/promotion.

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sometimes things aren't what they seem

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ok, asking questions look like spam Happy great!

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The question was fine.

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It was the link that is spammy. One of the spam tactics is to add the site they want to spam with a question like "is my web site any good?" In this case the web site could have been left out and we could proceed to discuss how/why major companies add keyboards.

However since we have Linux, you can add any keyboard you so choose. also would be for those that want to create a new layout. It's a shame the spam link was in the top post.

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