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Quote from: salival on March 15, 2006, 10:38:22 AMcyrillic: 66 (three screens/sets of 22 characters each)Wrong. The language-specific characters are: ÐÐ‘Ð’Ð“Ð”Ð•ÐÐ–Ð—Ð˜Ð™ÐšÐ›ÐœÐÐžÐŸÐ Ð¡Ð¢Ð£Ð¤Ð¥Ð¦Ð§Ð¨Ð©ÐªÐ«Ð¬ÐÐ®Ð¯ (and you may even discard Ð, as it is optional). That sums up to 33 (32 without Ð) characters...
cyrillic: 66 (three screens/sets of 22 characters each)
I'm of the opinion that the current vkeyboard doesn't have any serious disadvantages other than the characters being too small for some people on the larger screen or higher resolution targets. I think maybe reconsidering the font choice of those and maybe having a larger font and just showing the subset that the H1x0s show is a better solution.
Yes but that is just for Russian What about other languages using cyrillic like Belarusian, Serbian, Macedonian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian and many non-slavic languages from ex-soviet union countries? Are they inferior?
-con's: more layouts to define/design
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