BONUS - Dual XPeRT / Qwerty use: ... toggle between XPeRT and the standard keyboard layout, using a taskbar icon, per the Readme file. Dual Key Labels and other Label Options, below.
.... A to J, .... J to P, .... P to W, .... W to X, .... X to Q, .... Q to A, ...............
.... N to G, .... G to N, .... K to Colon, .... and .... Colon to Tilde ................
A 2nd key for the most common letter E (at 13%) is created from the Tilde key ( “~” ). Tilde can be accessed in symbol tables. The only frequenly used keys which move are A and N. Some rarely used letters are moved: X,Q,J,K are used only 1% of the time, as a group.
Using the steps in the Software Installation section of the XPeRT Guide, choose US 101 or another Standard layout as your default. Standard Qwerty layouts remain present on the PC at all times.
Download further information on the XPeRT Keyboard™ here: XPeRT Guide (pdf). Topics in the Guide include: Installation, Windows Keyboard / Languages utilities, Key Cap changes and Operating Systems other than Windows, such as UNIX, Linux and MacIntosh.
Operating systems current supported by XPeRT Keyboard set-up software:
Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, NT4.0 and XP (32-bit).
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