Commit a332efca authored by J.D. Laub's avatar J.D. Laub
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Add US Dvorak layout (and Colemak wide)


Signed-off-by: J.D. Laub's avatarDave Laub <purism@laubster.org>
parent 5b3c185a
---
outlines:
default: { width: 54, height: 42 }
altline: { width: 81, height: 42 }
wide: { width: 108, height: 42 }
spaceline: { width: 216, height: 42 }
special: { width: 54, height: 42 }
views:
base:
- "q w f p g j l u y"
- "a r s t d h n e i o"
- "Shift_L z x c v b k m BackSpace"
- "show_numbers preferences space . Return"
upper:
- "Q W F P G J L U Y"
- "A R S T D H N E I O"
- "Shift_L Z X C V B K M BackSpace"
- "show_numbers preferences space . Return"
numbers:
- "1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0"
- "@ # $ % & - _ + ( )"
- "show_symbols , \" ' colon ; ! ? BackSpace"
- "show_letters preferences space . Return"
symbols:
- "~ ` | · π τ ÷ × ¶"
- "© ® £ ¥ ^ ° * { }"
- "show_numbers_from_symbols \\ / < > = [ ] BackSpace"
- "show_letters preferences space . Return"
buttons:
Shift_L:
action:
locking:
lock_view: "upper"
unlock_view: "base"
outline: "altline"
icon: "key-shift"
BackSpace:
outline: "altline"
icon: "edit-clear-symbolic"
action: "erase"
preferences:
action: "show_prefs"
outline: "special"
icon: "keyboard-mode-symbolic"
show_numbers:
action:
set_view: "numbers"
outline: "wide"
label: "123"
show_numbers_from_symbols:
action:
set_view: "numbers"
outline: "altline"
label: "123"
show_letters:
action:
set_view: "base"
outline: "wide"
label: "ABC"
show_symbols:
action:
set_view: "symbols"
outline: "altline"
label: "*/="
".":
outline: "special"
text: "."
space:
outline: "spaceline"
text: " "
Return:
outline: "wide"
icon: "key-enter"
keysym: "Return"
colon:
text: ":"
---
outlines:
default: { width: 35.33, height: 52 }
altline: { width: 52.67, height: 52 }
wide: { width: 62, height: 52 }
spaceline: { width: 142, height: 52 }
special: { width: 44, height: 52 }
views:
base:
- "Shift_L p y f g c r l BackSpace"
- "a o e u i d h t n s"
- ", q j k x b m w v z"
- "show_numbers preferences space period Return"
upper:
- "Shift_L P Y F G C R L BackSpace"
- "A O E U I D H T N S"
- ", Q J K X B M W V Z"
- "show_numbers preferences space period Return"
numbers:
- "show_symbols , \" ' colon ; ! ? BackSpace"
- "* # $ / & - _ + ( )"
- "1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0"
- "show_letters preferences space period Return"
symbols:
- "show_numbers_from_symbols \\ % < > = [ ] BackSpace"
- "© ® £ ¥ ^ ° @ { }"
- "~ ` | · π τ ÷ × ¶"
- "show_letters preferences space period Return"
buttons:
Shift_L:
action:
locking:
lock_view: "upper"
unlock_view: "base"
outline: "altline"
icon: "key-shift"
BackSpace:
outline: "altline"
icon: "edit-clear-symbolic"
action: "erase"
preferences:
action: "show_prefs"
outline: "special"
icon: "keyboard-mode-symbolic"
show_numbers:
action:
set_view: "numbers"
outline: "wide"
label: "123"
show_numbers_from_symbols:
action:
set_view: "numbers"
outline: "altline"
label: "123"
show_letters:
action:
set_view: "base"
outline: "wide"
label: "ABC"
show_symbols:
action:
set_view: "symbols"
outline: "altline"
label: "*/="
period:
outline: "special"
text: "."
space:
outline: "spaceline"
text: " "
Return:
outline: "wide"
icon: "key-enter"
keysym: "Return"
colon:
text: ":"
# The US QWERTY layout has fewer letters on the third row, and so has
# the shift & backspace keys placed there. In contrast, the US DVORAK
# layout has fewer letters on the first row, which makes it a good
# choice for the shift & backspace keys. That leads to what may be,
# for many people, an unexpected layout in numbers mode: the numerals
# are on the third row (not the first) so that the backspace key
# remains in a consistent location regardless of mode, without
# sacrificing key width. (Once could argue that in numbers mode, the
# numerals should be closer to the enter key.) As with any keyboard
# layout, familiarity comes with repeated use.
---
outlines:
default: { width: 54, height: 42 }
altline: { width: 81, height: 42 }
wide: { width: 108, height: 42 }
spaceline: { width: 216, height: 42 }
special: { width: 54, height: 42 }
views:
base:
- "Shift_L p y f g c r l BackSpace"
- "a o e u i d h t n s"
- ", q j k x b m w v z"
- "show_numbers preferences space period Return"
upper:
- "Shift_L P Y F G C R L BackSpace"
- "A O E U I D H T N S"
- ", Q J K X B M W V Z"
- "show_numbers preferences space period Return"
numbers:
- "show_symbols , \" ' colon ; ! ? BackSpace"
- "* # $ / & - _ + ( )"
- "1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0"
- "show_letters preferences space period Return"
symbols:
- "show_numbers_from_symbols \\ % < > = [ ] BackSpace"
- "© ® £ ¥ ^ ° @ { }"
- "~ ` | · π τ ÷ × ¶"
- "show_letters preferences space period Return"
buttons:
Shift_L:
action:
locking:
lock_view: "upper"
unlock_view: "base"
outline: "altline"
icon: "key-shift"
BackSpace:
outline: "altline"
icon: "edit-clear-symbolic"
action: "erase"
preferences:
action: "show_prefs"
outline: "special"
icon: "keyboard-mode-symbolic"
show_numbers:
action:
set_view: "numbers"
outline: "wide"
label: "123"
show_numbers_from_symbols:
action:
set_view: "numbers"
outline: "altline"
label: "123"
show_letters:
action:
set_view: "base"
outline: "wide"
label: "ABC"
show_symbols:
action:
set_view: "symbols"
outline: "altline"
label: "*/="
period:
outline: "special"
text: "."
space:
outline: "spaceline"
text: " "
Return:
outline: "wide"
icon: "key-enter"
keysym: "Return"
colon:
text: ":"
# The US QWERTY layout has fewer letters on the third row, and so has
# the shift & backspace keys placed there. In contrast, the US DVORAK
# layout has fewer letters on the first row, which makes it a good
# choice for the shift & backspace keys. That leads to what may be,
# for many people, an unexpected layout in numbers mode: the numerals
# are on the third row (not the first) so that the backspace key
# remains in a consistent location regardless of mode, without
# sacrificing key width. (Once could argue that in numbers mode, the
# numerals should be closer to the enter key.) As with any keyboard
# layout, familiarity comes with repeated use.
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