Cyrillic Mongolian keyboard for KTouch

Albert Astals Cid aacid at
Mon Aug 1 21:29:20 UTC 2016

El dimarts, 12 de juliol de 2016, a les 23:24:16 CEST, Popolon va escriure:
> Hi everyone.
> I'm interested in Mongolian language, and to help me improve my typing
> in Mongolian (first Cyrillic, later traditional Mongolian one), I would
> like to add Mongolian curses in KTouch.

I've found conflicting versions of  Cyrillic Mongolian keyboard when googling 
for it, could you send us a picture of your keyboard (assuming it has the 
symbols written in) to confirm this is the correct layuit?

> In attachment is a KTouch definition for Cyrillic Mongolian keyboard. I
> submit this file under the GNU General Public License, version 2.
> I tied to made automatic lesson following a perl script that was in
> version 4.8 of KTouch, I seen the format is not the same XML format than
> the today generated lesson (not to hard to convert) and that they are
> far simpler than the today automatically generated lessons. I didn't
> found information about today lesson generator.
> Mongolian language aspell module isn't available on some distribution,
> but it exists, on aspell web site at the following address (or other gnu
> mirror). I was able to use it to generate the simple and old format lessons.
> I noticed another problem. The keyboard used is system one (mine is
> French), I didn't find how to switch from one keyboard disposition to
> another one manually, I seen that's possible on Windows. Why for this
> function is disable on Linux ? I changed my used keyboard from French
> one to Mongolian in system preferences, it didn't work better. Perhaps
> because my system is in French, or the default keyboard is French. I use
> XFCE as desktop environment, not KDE, could it be the problem ?

The keyboard shown in ktouch should be the same one used in your system, that 
should work no matter what desktop environment you are running, also, KDE is 
not a desktop environment.


> Best regards,
> Popolon

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