ISIS Kannada Keyboard
Created by Gautam Sengupta
All ISIS keyboards are phonetic. Some hints on how to use the keyboard:
- The system is phonetic in the true sense, so that's how you get the standalone consonants and vowels.
- For long vowels, press the concerned vowel key twice.
- To get an aspirated consonant, press h after its unaspirated counterpart.
- Try typing a vowel after a consonant.
- Experiment with Shift+<any key>.
- To get a joined consonant (yukta varna), press / (once or twice) after typing the constituent consonants.
- To break up a joined consonant, press Ctrl+/.
Keyboard Layout Notes
The following additional key sequences are utilised in the keyboard:
Version 1.0 for Keyman Desktop 7.0. Released 31 January 2008