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Old 08-05-2009, 03:27 PM   #31
Carsto
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Greek keyboard.


Maybe you should look at a global approach in terms of writing a Greek keyboard layout the way Windows has it. You switch to it when you need it. Also google AllChars. It is a special character utility so that you may type say e-caret on the fly.

So:- Ctrl, Shft-6, e. It's not available in Linux. You can download it from sourceforge.net. They say it is open source. It is definitely gratis. There are many signs and diacritics supported. My old Amiga A500 could do some accents by Ctrl-k, like Ctrl-k, Shft-6, e.

I'm looking for something like this in Linux. I have an Acer Aspire with Linpus Linux, but suspect this could be supported by something like a system or kernel utility.

Could also be a simple key combination set. I've tried a lot of things, but could not get any response.
 
Old 08-06-2009, 12:26 AM   #32
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the bindings for QT in Python is called pyQT.
similar bindings exist for other scripting languages.

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Java is bloated and slow, Python I still classify as a scripting language.
on the plus side. Java has a default Framework that is quite mighty. On Java you have a clean OO aproach, which is quite intuitive.

Scripting Language are even better in integrating some features. In fact it is easier to learn to handle them.

With todays aviable PCs I dont believe speed is an issue for any Language. ( Especially if you focus on translations) Thats tech - nerd - talk

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