Friday, August 27, 2010

Get the Kasahorow Ghana Keyboards and type ɛ, ɔ, etc!

Yesterday, I thought I should get the kasahorow Ghana language keyboard again. For a while now, I've been typing ɛ and ɔ by stealing the characters from Museke.com. I've installed the Kasahorow keyboard which can allow you to type characters and even more. I want to show you how you can do the same. The Kasahorow keyboard installer has keyboards from many other African countries too.

Download this (it's a zip file) to get the Kasahorow installer application.

Then you can check out this PDF for instructions on Windows computers. If you use a mac, download this (it's a zip file) to get the Kasahorow installer application and here are your instructions - this link (another PDF).

You can also check this presentation for a step-by-step process.



Now, isn't this cool? The folks at Kasahorow.com are so inspiring. Support them today. Support African languages. Support Africa.
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