Hebrew

The primary keyboard of TypeR is a standard Hebrew keyboard.

Vowels

Vowels (nekudot) can be added to the letters via the ctrl+alt keyboard. They are added to the letter directly before the cursor.

A dagesh (dot) is also on the ctrl+alt keyboard. It is the O key.

A shin/sin (without: ש, shin: שׁ, sin: שׂ) with a corresponding dot are the G and H keys. A vav (ו) with a dot on top (וֹ) or in front (וּ) are K and J. A yud (י) with a prefixed chirik is L. A meteg (little line, usually for accenting) is [. An overline (sometimes used to deferentiate a shva and shva na) is ]. A shekel sign (₪) is N.

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