Georgian keyboard

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The Georgian keyboard (Georgian: ქართული კლავიატურა, romanized: kartuli k'laviat'ura) includes several keyboard layouts for Georgian script.

Georgian typewriter based on JCUKEN.

Standard keyboardEdit

Georgian standard[1] keyboard layout was essentially that of manual typewriters. It is mostly a phonetic transliteration of the Russian JCUKEN keyboard layout, with some characters on rows two and three shifted right to accommodate additional Georgian letters, others replaced with dissimilar Georgian letters and differences in the non-letter keys, including inverted functionality of the shift key in most of the top row.

 
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QWERTY keyboardEdit

Georgian QWERTY[2] keyboard layout has the Georgian letters placed similarly to corresponding Latin letters. While Georgian has no capital letters, because it has 33 letters and English has only 26, using the shift key is necessary to write Georgian, because several letters require shifting in order to be typed. QWERTY is the most popular keyboard layout writing Georgian.[3]


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Other keyboardsEdit

There is also a Georgian ergonomic[4] keyboard layout.

ReferencesEdit