Yiddish words that begin with a vowel need a shtumer alef as the first letter before the vowel, as in the word אױפֿן.
When I type words that begin with other vowels, (e.g. אין), I get a shtumer alef prepended automatically, every time. But when I type a capital O (letter oh) to get the vuv-yed diphthong, the shtumer alef doesn’t appear automatically. When I typed the example above, I had to to begin the word with a manual entry of the alef (keyboard Capital-A) before typing the capital O.
Am I entering the vuv-yud diphthong incorrectly and this is a user error/works as designed? Or is there a bug in the logic of the Yiddish Pasekh keyboard?
Thanks very much.