I am submitting this with the IPA Unicode 1.6 Keyman Keyboard because I have very similar things happen (but not to this extent) with these 2 vernacular keyboards as well: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Nvv2pghVQmBG1y8jJTO8qkWGFwK3NID6?usp=sharing.
The differences with those 2 keyboards it the following:
Sometimes I have to close/reopen Keyman 2-3 times for the vernacular keyboard keystrokes to stop working.
Also this happens:
1a. Install one of the vernacular keyboards from the kmp file
1b. Use the Bukawa or yamap keyboard
1c. Uninstall the Bukawa or yamap keyboard
2. Go to a program where I was just typing vernacular.
3. I cannot type SHIFT + N. Other keystrokes seem to work fine.
4. Exit Keyman.
5. Go back to one of the problematic programs.
6. Press SHIFT + N once. Nothing happens.
7. Press SHIFT + N again, it works normally.
I don’t know if this has something to do with not associated a Windows keyboard layout for a Keyman keyboard properly? When I install either of these keyboards, it looks like this (the IPA looks the same):
After I uninstall it, it looks like this (after I uninstall the IPA, it looks the same):
My Windows Input Language looks like this:
I tried to find where I associate the Keyman keyboard with a Windows keyboard layout in Keyman Developer 11, but could not.
So I wonder if there was a change from IPA 1.6 to 1.7 that I also need to make in these vernacular keyboards.