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Czech Keyboard (Everyone Can Now Type In Czech!)
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KiwiCroat
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PostPosted: 20-Apr-08 19:20  Reply with quote

If anyone would like to type in Czech but cannot because of keyboard restrictions, then go here:

http://czech.typeit.org/

It will help your learning tremendously if you're typing using the correct letters. You can use CTRL+letter or ALT+CTRL+letter to get the correct Czech letters (rather than just use the buttons on the site... it's far too slow if you do it the button way).

Na shledanou
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Ktot
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PostPosted: 13-Jun-08 21:59  Reply with quote

That's awesome! Thanks so much for sharing. Very Happy
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PostPosted: 14-Jun-08 9:52  Reply with quote

Or this one, if you are not sure whether the letter should have an accent or not. Either type or cut and paste your text into the box and press "Odeslat".

http://nlp.fi.muni.cz/cz_accent/index.php
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PostPosted: 17-Jun-08 3:40  Reply with quote

Thank you!
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DanielZ
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PostPosted: 19-Jun-08 15:04  Reply with quote

...or... you could get a Mac... and begin typing Czech within minutes...

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PostPosted: 19-Jun-08 15:07  Reply with quote

pfff... Oh yeah! Well it took me less than 1/2 minute to get the Czech keyboard set up on my PC. Razz Laughing
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PostPosted: 19-Jun-08 15:10  Reply with quote

...and I was speaking figuratively... not literally... Razz

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PostPosted: 19-Jun-08 15:16  Reply with quote

Sure, but how long did it take you on your Mac to learn how to type in Czech? Wink Razz Laughing
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PostPosted: 19-Jun-08 15:28  Reply with quote

The only time used was in going to the Keyboard Layout and selecting/adding Czech, and then selecting the Czech keyboard.

Once that was done I began typing in Czech straight off.

I had found a Czech Keyboard map online, so I knew where all the characters are.

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PostPosted: 19-Jun-08 23:33  Reply with quote

Sova wrote:
Sure, but how long did it take you on your Mac to learn how to type in Czech?


oh please, let's not start that OS/platform/architecture war again, there's too many of them all around the internet:)
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A woman? Never heard of it. What do you use it for? Where can I download one?
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