Guide for using SP Ionic with Right-To-Left

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SPIonic without using a keyboard program:

Gk.

a

b

g

d

e

z

h

q

i

k

l

m

n

c

o

p

r

s

t

u

f

x

y

w

Use

a

b

g

d

e

z

h

q

i

k

l

m

n

c

o

p

r

s

t

u

f

x

y

w

i9

i0

i=

i\

i/

i1

i2

i3

i4

i+

i5

i6

i<

i8

i[

i]

i?

i9

i0

i=

 

i\

i/

i1

i2

i3

i4

i+

i5

i6

i<

i8

i[

i]

i?

Accents for wide characters (a, u, w) are mainly on Shift:

a(

a)

a~

a|

a_

a&

a!

a@

a3

a$

a"

a%

a^

a>

a8

a{

a}

a?

a(

a)

a~

a|

a_

a&

a!

a@

a3

a$

a"

a%

a^

a>

a8

a{

a}

a?

 

v

j

V

`

J

;

:

,

.

v

j

V

`

J

;

:

,

.

 

 

SPIonic using the "Right-to-Left"keyboard:

 

Gk.

a

b

g

d

e

z

h

q

i

k

l

m

n

c

o

p

r

s

t

u

f

x

y

w

Use

or

a

b

g

d

e

z

j

y

th

q

i

k

l

m

n

cx

o

p

r

s

t

u

f

ph

ch

ps

w

Breathing & Accents Punctuation Letters used mainly for numbers:

(

)

u/

u\

u=

u"

u%

u^

a|

a?

a8

a>

 

;

:

,

.

 

v

j

V

J

`

h

H

\

`

/

'

^ ~

"

:

:/

:\

_

|

?

-

=

 

;

:

,

.

 

v

=j

=6

=6

=90

`

=900

 

Notes:

The final form of sigma is used automatically at the end of words.

Smooth breathing will be added automatically over appropriate letters unless the word starts with ‘h’.

The normal diphthongs (ai, ei, oi, ui, au, eu, ou, hu) are recognised.

Characters can be typed in a transliteration style –i.e., ‘th’becomes q, ‘ph’ f, ‘ch’ c, ‘ps’ y.

Accents are added after the letter. Use / or ‘for / and use \ or ` for  \. Use ^ (Shift 6) for  ^ and _ (underscore) for iota subscript.

Some of the punctuation may not match the keyboard if you use autocorrect or other keyboard remapping.