Official Philippines National Keyboard Layout

This is the official page for the Ubuntu Philippines LoCo Team project Philippines “National Keyboard Layout”. Everything that has to do with the PH-UKL project will be posted here, from How-To’s to downloading to installing and setting up your machine so you can start using the keyboard layout.

Our first release is targeted to the huge Filipino Linux Community all over the world. To download and install PH-UKL for your OS, just follow one of the links below:

  • GNU/Linux (released on: 2010-10-23)
  • Microsoft® Windows (released on: 2010-10-25)
  • Apple Macintosh® (interested in porting PH-UKL to Mac?)

Official source repository:
If you have suggestions or bugs to report, please do not hesitate to file a ticket here.

Keyboard Layout images after the jump…

Philippines-QWERTY (Baybayin).png
QWERTY (Baybayin)
Philippines-QWERTY (Latin).png
QWERTY (Latin)
Philippines-Capewell-QWERF 2006 (Baybayin).png
Capewell-QWERF 2006 (Baybayin)
Philippines-Capewell-QWERF 2006 (Latin).png
Capewell-QWERF 2006 (Latin)
Philippines-Capewell-Dvorak (Baybayin).png
Capewell-Dvorak (Baybayin)
Philippines-Capewell-Dvorak (Latin).png
Capewell-Dvorak (Latin)
Philippines-Colemak (Baybayin).png
Colemak (Baybayin)
Philippines-Colemak (Latin).png
Colemak (Latin)
Philippines-Dvorak (Baybayin).png
Dvorak (Baybayin)
Philippines-Dvorak Simplified (Latin).png
Dvorak Simplified (Latin)

The font included in the zip file is a Unicode-only and Website-embed compatible version of Nordenx‘s Baybayin brush font.

*** The Philippines National Keyboard Layout is a project of Ubuntu Philippines LoCo Team. Project contact: JC John Sese Cuneta; XMPP/Jabber [email protected] ***

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  1. It may be useful for me if I could make the Baybayin layout distinguish between D and R. I know that the old Tagalog Baybayin does not distinguish between them. However, there are some regions in the Philippines where the D and R was distinguished (usually by putting an extra slash over the ᜇ symbol.

    Using QUERTY Baybayin layout, I get the same symbol for D(ᜇ) and R(ᜍ).

    Could it be that I configured it wrongly? Or do I just lack font support?

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