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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. [2]

  3. 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.

  4. Indic computing - Wikipedia

    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 Typing tool.

  5. QWERTY - Wikipedia

    QWERTY. QWERTY ( / ˈkwɜːrti / KWUR-tee) is a keyboard layout for Latin-script alphabets. The name comes from the order of the first six keys on the top letter row of the keyboard: Q W E R T Y. The QWERTY design is based on a layout included in the Sholes and Glidden typewriter sold via E. Remington and Sons from 1874.

  6. Vietnamese language and computers - Wikipedia

    Software-based systems are a form of writing Vietnamese on phones or computers with software that can be installed on the device or from third-party software such as UniKey. Telex is the oldest input method devised to encode the Vietnamese language with its tones. Other input methods may also include VNI (Number key-based keyboard) and VIQR.

  7. Kruti Mahesh - Wikipedia

    Kruti Mahesh. Kruti Mahesh Midya is an Indian dancer and choreographer known for her work in Hindi Cinema. She is a recipient of the National Film Award for Best Choreography for the song "Ghoomar" from Padmaavat (2018), [1] together with Jyoti D.Tommar, [2] and has received the Filmfare Award for Best Choreography for "Dholida from Gangubai ...

  8. Dvorak keyboard layout - Wikipedia

    Dvorak / ˈdvɔːræk / ⓘ [1] is a keyboard layout for English patented in 1936 by August Dvorak and his brother-in-law, William Dealey, as a faster and more ergonomic alternative to the QWERTY layout (the de facto standard keyboard layout). Dvorak proponents claim that it requires less finger motion [2] and as a result reduces errors ...

  9. Talk:Kruti Dev - Wikipedia

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