Thanks very much.
I have been using the Hebrew (SIL) keyboard for years. But I want to create a keyboard for mobile devices. Is there a way to convert the Hebrew (SIL) keyboard into a mobile .kmp version?
There is an Ancient Hebrew keyboard ready for installation in the mobile app, but it does not distinguish Qamets from Qamets Hatuph. I need both Qamets and Qamets Hatuph.
I will check out the Simple Touch Keyboard Tutorial.
I have made a Touch Layout keyboard and complied the package. However, there are still quite a few problems.
I checked tablet in the details. After compiling the package, I installed it on my iPad.
I did not include the .kvks file in the source when I did the compilation. Now, after adding the file, the keyboard has the same problems as on my android phone (see the post below).
when I type the Hebrew letters, it output the English letters. (this problem is solved. see post below)
the “Shift” key works, but when I type, it also outputs English letters. (this problem is solved. see post below)
the “Alt” and “Ctrl” keys are present, but they don’t work, namely, they don’t remain down.
the last key in the 3rd row is unusually wide, although I have set its width to 100.
I guess you found a way to add a new key to the row because the latest screenshot of your default layer seems to have everything in order. However, you force to keep the size you set by adding a spacer key to the right the right most key – set the Key Type and Width (while leaving the rest as are) as show in the screenshot below:
Thanks! The Spacer key solved the 2nd issue.
I have not solved the 1st issue, the missing key. The latest screenshot is from the Developer app, which has the 13th key in the 2nd row. But the keyboard on my iPad does not have the 13th key.
When I choose the “Alt” layer from the top and click the “Alt” key, the “Next Layer” box automatically shows “alt”. I don’t need to choose from the dropdown menu.
I have sent you the entire package in PM. Thanks a lot for helping out!