Kanien'kéha-Kanyen'kéha Keyboard Help
This keyboard is designed for the Kanien'kéha-Kanyen'kéha language of the Great Lakes - St. Lawrence region of Canada.
If square boxes are displayed instead of characters when using this keyboard (and in the keyboard layouts below), please read our troubleshooting guide.
- All accents are typed after the base character: á is typed a then Slash /
- To type the acute accent use the Slash key / — é is typed e then Slash /
- To type the grave accent use the Backquote key ` — è is typed e then Backquote `
- To type the circumflex accent use the Shift+6 key ^ — ê is typed e then Shift+6
- To type the low line accent use the Left-Bracket key [ — ṉ is typed n then Left-Bracket [
- The original English punctuation keys can be typed by holding down the Right-Alt or Option key. The Semicolon ; is typed Right-Alt+Semicolon (Windows) Option+Semicolon (Mac).
- Opening and closing quotes. For Mac users, Right-Alt is either of the Option Keys.
- single: ‘ Shift+Backquote — ’ Apostrophe
- double: “ Shift+Left-Bracket — ” Shift+Right-Bracket
- single ‹ Right-Alt+Shift+9 — › Right-Alt+Shift+0
- double « Right-Alt+9 — » Right-Alt+0
- keys with a red background are combining accents.
- the first character in a cell is the "one-tap" key, any further characters are "hold-select" keys.
The following fonts have been installed on your computer: Aboriginal Sans, Aboriginal Serif. Please use these fonts when typing in your language as they have been specially built to represent your language as accurately as possible.
Download a pdf of the Keylayout Map
Download the latest version of Aboriginal Sans and Aboriginal Serif
Notes on touch layout
|w||e é è||r||t||y||`||i í ì||o ó ò|
|a á à||s||h||´||k||: ;||' "|