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Thai key board layout
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    If you want to print out your own sticker sheet for your keyboard, use this picture:

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    Good idea! Thank you for the post. BTW: what is the name of this KB layout?
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    Re: Thai key board layout

    Could anyone help to re-upload the picture. It seems not available anymore. I want to create my own keyboard stickers. Thank you.

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    Re: Thai key board layout

    Try this site:
    http://www.thaismile.jp/ThaiLanguage...ardLayOut.html
    Hopefully this is what you are looking for. Good luck with your learning.

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    Re: Thai key board layout

    There are two Thai keyboard layouts called Kedmanee and Pattachote.

    Every computer keyboard here in the country has the Kedmanee layout printed on it. Unfortunately whoever designed, it didn't put a lot of thought into "finger load" because typing Thai on that keyboard layout certainly makes the last two fingers on your right hand work harder.

    The Pattachote version was designed in the 1960's to more evenly spread the finger load out between your fingers of both hands. I think it was even adopted by the government. However due to something (a coup maybe) it was never implemented and thus never caught on.

    You're probably not that interested but here's a link to an article about Thai keyboard related stuff..
    http://www.nectec.or.th/it-standards...t/thai-key.htm

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    Re: Thai key board layout

    This image is no longer available, you can reload it? thank you

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