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[Tlhingan-hol] New version of quja' Keyboard Layout for Android (AnySoftKeyboard)

Christoph Pichlmann ( [KLI Member]

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<body class='hmmessage'><div dir='ltr'>quja' vIchenmoHqa'.<br>*Android* De'wI' mIw lo'nIS.<br><br>DaH Unicode* lo'laH. (*Unicode font* DaghajnIS!)<br>potlh: *AnySoftKeyboard* Dalo'nISqu'! (not yap vIjatlhqa')<br>*AnySoftKeyboard* je' quja'.<br><br>'ach, Hoch Daghajchugh, tlhIngan Hol DaghItlhlaHchu'!<br>pIqaD DaghItlhlaHchu'!<br><br>'a, jIQIpmo', jI'IQ je: *Keystore* vIchIlmo', latlh *Keystore* vIchenmoHnISpu'. vaj, chu' quja' Daq vISamta'.<br>ngo' quja' ghurbe' :-(<br><br>yISuch:<br><br>Now in english, so you can understand what I tried to say by mangling the klingon language:<br><br>I recreated my klingon language keyboard layout, named "quja' ", for Android devices.<br>It now can output unicode characters representing klingon symbols. To actually see them your device needs to have an appropiate font, of course.<br>Besides that, you need to install AnySoftKeyboard (a fact I cannot repeat often enough), since my layout is merely an addon.<br><br>But, once you have everything installed, you can really write klingon - in pIqaD even.<br><br>However, since I'm stupid, I lost the keystore, needed to upload an app to Google Play. I had to create a new one which caused Google Play to reject it, and I had to put it into a different package. So it now has a new URL.<br>Old versions aren't going to be updated.<br><br>Christoph 		 	   		  </div></body>
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