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NTL OneKey 新傣文一键 Keyboard Help

This keyboard was developed to input New Tai Lue (新傣文), a script which is used for the Tai Lue (aka ᦅᧄᦺᦑᦟᦹᧉ, Tai Lü, Dai Lue, Xishuangbanna Dai, 傣泐语, 傣仂语, etc.) language in Xishuangbanna Prefecture in Yunnan, China. The NTL OneKey keyboard is designed to work with the Nokyung font, but you can use this keyboard with any Unicode New Tai Lue font.

Desktop Layout

The NTL OneKey desktop keyboard layout enables users to input almost any new Tai Lue character with one press of a single key (possibly in combination with the Shift key).

Please note that the following letters or punctuation marks can be inputted by pressing the appropriate key twice:

Character Unicode Keystroke
U+19B6 ww
U+2019 ' '
U+201D " "
U+2014 ~~
U+300A <<
U+300B >>
U+FF0E ..

Keystroke Chart

Character Unicode Keystroke
U+1980 a
U+1981 A
U+1982 k
U+1983 x
U+1984 g
U+1985 K
U+1986 X
U+1987 G
U+1988 z
U+1989 s
U+198A j
U+198B Z
U+198C S
U+198D J
U+198E t
U+198F y
U+1990 n
U+1991 T
U+1992 Y
U+1993 N
U+1994 p
U+1995 u
U+1996 m
U+1997 P
U+1998 U
U+1999 M
U+199A f
U+199B v
U+199C l
U+199D F
U+199E V
U+199F L
U+19A0 h
U+19A1 d
Character Unicode Keystroke
U+19A2 b
U+19A3 H
U+19A4 D
U+19A5 B
U+19A6 i
U+19A7 o
U+19A8 I
U+19A9 O
U+19AA [
U+19AB {
U+19B0 /
U+19B1 r
U+19B2 R
U+19B3 e
U+19B4 E
U+19B5 w
U+19B6 ww
U+19B7 W
U+19B8 q
U+19B9 Q
U+19BA @
U+19BB #
U+19BC $
U+19BD %
U+19BE ^
ᦿ U+19BF &
U+19C0 *
U+19C1 (
U+19C2 )
U+19C3 0
U+19C4 _
U+19C5 -
U+19C6 +
U+19C7 =
Character Unicode Keystroke
U+19C8 c
U+19C9 C
U+19D0 `
U+19D1 1
U+19D2 2
U+19D3 3
U+19D4 4
U+19D5 5
U+19D6 6
U+19D7 7
U+19D8 8
U+19D9 9
U+19DA !
U+19DE ]
U+19DF }
U+2018 '
U+2019 ' '
U+201C "
U+201D " "
U+3002 .
U+FF0C ,
U+3001 \
U+FF1F ?
U+FF01 |
U+FF1A :
U+FF1B ;
U+2026 ~
U+2014 ~~
U+FF08 <
U+FF09 >
U+300A <<
U+300B >>
U+FF0E ..

Mobile/Tablet Layout

The NTL OneKey mobile/tablet keyboard is not constrained by physical keyboard layouts, so its layout differs from the desktop keyboard layout. However, it achieves a similar design goal, enabling users to input most New Tai Lue alphabetic characters with a tap (or long-press) of a single key.

For any key which has a gray dot in the upper-right corner, the user can input at least one other character through a long-press of that key. For example, a long-press of the ‘ᦀ’ key allows the user to input ‘ᦁ’, a long-press of the ‘¥’ key (in the numeric layer) allows the user to input ‘₭’ or ‘฿’, etc.

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