HOWTO: Type iota subscript with a non-QWERTY US keyboard
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You may be having trouble finding an iota subscript on the Keyman keyboards Greek Classical and Galaxie BibleScript Greek when you are using a 102-key keyboard like:
- UK QWERTY
To solve this issue, you should associate your Keyman keyboard to your hardware layout. Follow the instructions below to associate except where the instructions mention the layout US, use your hardware keyboard standard instead:
Then to get iota subscript:
- on UK QWERTY, type: ~
- on AZERTY, type: µ
- on QWERTZ, type: '
- on another 102-key keyboard, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
The reason you are experiencing this issue is that the Classical Greek keyboard you are using was initially designed for the hardware keyboard standard US QWERTY.
- Keyman Desktop Light 7.0
- Keyman Desktop Professional 7.0