I am using Keyman 16 with the Galaxie Greek/Hebrew (Mnemonic) Keyboard Package. My hardware keyboard is US QWERTY.
I have been using the Greek (Mnemonic) component of this package without problem for a couple of years. I have just activated the Hebrew (Mnemonic) component.
Instead of the expected mnemonic equivalent of each hardware keystroke (as the documentation promises!), I am getting the following Hebrew characters for each keystroke on the QWERTY row. Other rows also do not produce mnemonic equivalents.
What is wrong? How fix this?
Welcome to the community, @Dennis.
I was trying to reproduce the behavior, but things work as expected for me. Each key output the expected character.
Could you help elaborate the behavior of this issue a little more?
I have tested this keyboard (Galaxy Hebrew (Mnemonic)) on Windows 11 using Keyman
16.0.141. See the screenshot below.
Thank you markara.
Because I could not figure out how to reply to my own message, I posted a second message with the same topic, with the following information.
I resolved my problem by downloading the stand alone Hebrew component of the Galaxie Greek-Hebrew Mnemonic package, and this works as documented.
The package I was using initially was probably a couple of years old. Could it be that a Standard Hebrew keyboard back then got bundled with the mnemonic Greek?
Thank you for your post, and for your many other posts. While browsing the other day, I found your posts to be particularly clear and to the point.
You are welcome, @Dennis. It is good that you have got it to work.
Yes, this is one of the few keyboards we have in our library whose package contains two keyboards.