With the growing number of scripts being made available through the Unicode standard, there is an equal lack of Input Method Editors (“IME”) available for use. Did you know that the Philippine Peso (“₱”) sign was added in Unicode 3.2? That was way back 2002! Yet, most computers in the Philippines can not type it normally!
How about the Baybayin (wrongly called “Alibata”) script? Mabuhay) Or the Palæo-Hebrew script? 𐤉𐤅𐤇𐤍𐤍 (“John”)(
Hence, the Paninap Unicode Keyboard Layout was born. Providing a Unicode-compliant keyboard layout one script at a time.
Currently, we have two Unicode keyboard layouts available:
- Philippine National Keyboard Layout (“PNKL”) v1.0.0 (Linux; Windows)
- Paleo-Hebrew / Phoenician Keyboard Layout (“PHNKL”) v1.0.0 (Windows; Linux coming soon)
What’s coming next? PNKLv2!
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