Re: MUPAK - McVeagh's Unicode Phonetic Alphabet Keyboard!
|From:||Jake X <alwaysawake247@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, November 19, 2002, 0:04|
> One thing you might want to keep in mind is that the Ctrl key is oftenused
> for menu shortcuts like Ctrl+F for "find" or Ctrl+B for "bold", and the
> left Alt key navigates through menus (e.g., Alt+F in most programs brings
> up the File menu). I like to use mainly the Shift and right Alt keys. I
> usually reserve the Shift key + letter combinations for the morefrequently
> used letters. So for instance, Shift+T is "theta" in my IPA keyboard
> (instead of the rarely used "turned t", which was an old symbol for one of
> the click sounds).What do you use for capitals then?
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