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/int/ - Do you guys unironically use this fucked up keyboard layout for typing Ukrainian? I have been trying for hours to get used to it but fucking hell having to hold alt+7 for typing "?" is a damn pain in the ass <tinyboard flag a

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 No.804

Do you guys unironically use this fucked up keyboard layout for typing Ukrainian? I have been trying for hours to get used to it but fucking hell having to hold alt+7 for typing "?" is a damn pain in the ass

 No.805

>>804
Sorry but this was literally the "best" image that I found of the keyboard layout

 No.806

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>>804
For question mark you press Shift+7 not Alt+7. But yeah, sometimes keyboard does not have Ґ, so you must press Alt+Г. Lucky, that itʼs rare letter for mass. But it is not for apostrophe which is at fucking corner.

Ukrainian keyboard looks like on pic where blue keys. But yeah, itʼs shit. Ukrainian alphabet is also bad. If speak Ukrainian alphabet then I prefer drahomanivka where keyboard would looks like on second keyboard which is similar to Serbian but these blue are optional because џ can be дж, ч = тш and so on.

 No.809

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I don't type in Ukrainian

 No.810

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>>809
If you mean Ukrainian = Cyrrlic then me too. Latynka is better.

 No.812

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>>804
Well, if you are taught to type cyrillic, then english keyboard seems fucked up. I mean, why the hell "?" symbol is in such an ankward position. Why the hell dot and comma aren't on the same key?

 No.813

>>812
There is always dvorak

 No.816

>>812
That's right. But I think I'm just used to Cyrillic keyboard too much.

 No.819

>>809
> I don't type in Ukrainian

Дарма.

 No.825

>>813
It doesn't make any difference when you are a cyrillic chad.

 No.826

>>816
It's our native keyboard layout, fella

 No.846

>>804
On the Russian keyboard it is Shift + 7
It's not any weirder than that ! is Shift + 1 on the English keyboard.

 No.870

>>804
>Do you guys unironically use this fucked up keyboard layout for typing Ukrainian?
Ucranium requires high IQ

 No.871

Finnish keyboard has an extra button between shift and Z, and my Raspberry official keyboard doesn't have it.

This button contains very important symbols that I now can't enter without alt+62.

 No.872

>>871
>alt+62
>

 No.875

>>804
This is not a Ukrainian keyboard layout. It's some kind of monstrosity that combines what looks like all of Eastern slavic characters on one layout. I never used one.

>>806
That's more like a typical Ukrainian layout.

 No.883


Yeah this is one of those things where no one will agree and find other bezosibny's keyboards very weird and strange to use. I bought a spanish keyboard by mistake the one i had broke and needed something cheap fast to replace it and even though spanish is very similar to my language using their keyboard is a fucking pain, specific keys to my language are missing, some are switched positions and they have those fucking upside down "?" and a dedicated key for "ñ" for some reason, its really awkward.

>>871
Oh shit finanon you don't have > and < ? That must be very annoying