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Greek Keyboard (with Spiritusses)
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    Greek Keyboard (with Spiritusses)

    Hello

    I study G(r)eek words for school, but I'm a little tired of the flashcard thing. I already study English/French/Latin('Roman&#039/German words using KVocTrain, but I don't know how to get spiritusses on my greek letters.
    Look:

    εις - means one
    εις - means in(to), to

    You would say they are the same, but you pronounce them differently, so they aren't. To make this clear people use ,'s and `'s on their letters. How do I do this in KDE/GNOME (I prefer KDE, but GNOME is fine).

    Help is appreciated
    Aljosha

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    Re:Greek Keyboard (with Spiritusses)

    I would buy some transparent greek stick on letters for the keyboard and just switch the layout.

    Something like this:
    http://www.latkey.com/keyboard_stickers.asp?SubCat=9

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    Re:Greek Keyboard (with Spiritusses)

    link.

    I did this to get spanish characters:

    ˝┐Đ etc.

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    Re:Greek Keyboard (with Spiritusses)

    [quote author=trickster link=board=1;threadid=10799;start=0#msg96885 date=1131811064]
    link.

    I did this to get spanish characters:

    ˝┐Đ etc.
    [/quote]

    Awesome. Thanks Trickster. I am learning spanish at school and I used some other methods to copy some of the spanish characters, etc. This will help! karma++.

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    Re:Greek Keyboard (with Spiritusses)

    Let me know if you want me to post my .xmodmaprc file

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    Re:Greek Keyboard (with Spiritusses)

    I would imagine that it depends on the language. I have a suspicion that a few may be easier to buy a native keyboard and just change the keyboard type for X.

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    Re:Greek Keyboard (with Spiritusses)

    Are you studying ancient (classical) Greek or modern? Modern is well supported but I'm not so certain about classical. I might have to look into that. I want to study classical Greek and Hebrew and would much rather type natively. I think I'm going to have to look into it.

    Cheers

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    Re:Greek Keyboard (with Spiritusses)

    I study ancient Greek.
    Modern Greek doesn't have Spiritusses

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    Re:Greek Keyboard (with Spiritusses)

    This is what I used to set up the spanish characters.

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