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Old 12-16-2013, 01:51 PM
ittiandro ittiandro is offline
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Default Multiling keyboard ( Greek) not functional for ancient Greek

I have installed the Multiling Keyboard on my Android tablet ( D2-912) and set it up for typing Greek, in order to search the LSJ Greek lexicon. I don't see in this keyboard any of the diacritic signs used by ancient Greek. They were used on the vowels and the same vowel(s) with a different superscript or underscript sign could give different meanings to apparently identical words. They are essential.
I cannot see them in the Multiling keyboard, Without them, even if I can type the Greek word in the search box, the search is blind. Actually the scan does not even find the word, even though it is in the dictionary.
Do I have to change keyboard ( any suggestions?) or can you tell me if the Multiling keyboard does have these extra signs. If so, how can I access them?

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Old 01-31-2014, 08:11 PM
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Default Re: Multiling keyboard ( Greek) not functional for ancient Greek

Hello friend, you can also use flexible keyboard just introduced in the market. Thanks
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