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  2. Kruti Dev - Wikipedia

    Kruti Dev (Devanagari: कृतिदेव) is [citation needed] Devanagari typeface and non-Unicode clip font typeface which uses the keyboard layout of Remington's typewriters. In north Indian states many public service commissions conduct their clerk , stenographer , data entry operator 's typing exams using the Kruti Dev typeface. [3]

  3. Indic computing - Wikipedia

    Nowadays this layout is only used by old typists who are used to this layout due to several years of usage. One tool to include Remington layout is Indic IME. A font that is based on the Remington keyboard layout is Kruti Dev. Another online tool that very closely supports the old Remington keyboard layout using Kruti Dev is the Remington ...

  4. InScript keyboard - Wikipedia

    InScript keyboard. InScript (short for Indic Script) is the decreed standard keyboard layout for Indian scripts using a standard 104- or 105-key layout. This keyboard layout was standardised by the Government of India for inputting text in languages of India written in Brahmic scripts, as well as the Santali language, written in the non-Brahmic ...

  5. Devanagari - Wikipedia

    InScript is the standard keyboard layout for Devanāgarī as standardized by the Government of India. It is inbuilt in all modern major operating systems. Microsoft Windows supports the InScript layout, which can be used to input unicode Devanāgarī characters. InScript is also available in some touchscreen mobile phones.

  6. Clip font - Wikipedia

    Clip fonts arose as a result of the perceived complexity of keyboard layout switching in common operating system setups, as well as defective internationalization capabilities in older software. English computer keyboards are common in India. Clip font users can easily write Hindi and other Indic languages using those keyboards.

  7. Devanagari transliteration - Wikipedia

    Due to low awareness of Devanagari keyboard layouts, many Indian users type Hindi in the Roman script. Before Devanagari was added to Unicode, many workarounds were used to display Devanagari on the Internet, and many sites and services have continued using them despite widespread availability of Unicode fonts supporting Devanagari. Although ...

  8. List of QWERTY keyboard language variants - Wikipedia

    Both the Danish and Norwegian keyboards include dedicated keys for the letters Å /å, Æ /æ and Ø /ø, but the placement is a little different, as the Æ and Ø keys are swapped on the Norwegian layout. (The Finnish–Swedish keyboard is also largely similar to the Norwegian layout, but the Ø and Æ are replaced with Ö and Ä.

  9. Chandas (typeface) - Wikipedia

    Chandas. Chandas is a Unicode compatible OpenType font for the Devanagari script. The font is notable for containing a particularly extensive set of conjunct ligatures for Sanskrit and also supporting Vedic accents, which were unavailable in other Devanagari fonts when it was released. Though the font was designed primarily for writing Sanskrit ...