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Pashto Phonetic 2

Pashto Phonetic 2

Pashto Phonetic 2 is a keyboard software that helps you to write with Pashto character,which is an Iranian language spoken in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran, India and other arabic countries. To install, follow the following instructions: 1. Open Control Panel 2. Double click "Regional and Language options" icon. 3. Press "Language" tab. 4. Press "Detail" button.

  • Publisher: Destaar
  • Last updated: February 13th, 2010
Pashto Dictionary

Pashto Dictionary

This dictionary contains all of the words from the glossary of Herbert Penzl's "A grammar of Pashto: A descriptive study of the dialect of Kandahar, Afghanistan". With the exception of a couple of symbols, Penzl's orthography is very computer-friendly.

  • Publisher: Taylor Roberts
  • Home page: www.yorku.ca
  • Last updated: May 4th, 2008
Armenian (Phonetic)

Armenian (Phonetic)

Now you can have on your machine the Phonetic Keyboard Layout for Armenian, Georgian or Russian, so that you could start typing quickly and easily without having to learn the default Typewriter Layout. After installing it you will get the additional phonetic layout for the appropriate language accessible from the Language Bar Settings of your System.

Pashto phonetic 2 in Description

Package: SpokenThai1.9

Package: SpokenThai1.9

"Spoken Thai" is a Thai language learning software package that includes six main components and some other useful tools for the beginner and the advanced student.With a total of over 25,000 useful words and phrases most frequently used by a foreigner in Thailand, this is the best and biggest learning tool of its kind.

  • Publisher: Granot
  • Last updated: April 18th, 2012
Sinhala Text to Speech

Sinhala Text to Speech

Apart from identifying the phonetic alphabet of the language, recording relevant word sentences in the database and building a text analysis component, the project also produced a synthesizing engine that facilitates natural sounding Sinhala voice. To this end, considerable effort was be spent on quality aspects of this activity.

  • Publisher: Language Technology Research Laboratoy, University of Colombo School of Computing, Sri Lanka
  • Home page: www.ucsc.cmb.ac.lk
  • Last updated: December 7th, 2009
SIL Encore Font System

SIL Encore Font System

The SIL Encore Font System, is a library of over 1600 phonetic characters and linguistic symbols that can be used to create customized, scalable TrueType fonts for Windows and Macintosh systems. The Encore library has a complete Roman based glyph set for linguistic applications

  • Publisher: SIL International
  • Home page: scripts.sil.org
  • Last updated: September 29th, 2008
Just as spoken

Just as spoken

Just as Spoken is a tool for phonetic transcription. It allows you to insert phonetic symbols into your Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint or OpenOffice documents in a very easy way. All phonetic symbols of the International Phonetic Alphabet (Rev. 1996) are included (except for a few accent symbols).

  • Publisher: Berg Soft
  • Home page: www.bergsoft.de
  • Last updated: October 27th, 2011
Urdu Phonetic Keyboard Layout

Urdu Phonetic Keyboard Layout

Urdu Phonetic Keyboard Layout is a keyboard layout that was especially designed for Windows. It allows you to type using characters in Urdu, the national language of Pakistan, which is also widely spoken in parts of India. The keyboard layout is compatible with Unicode 5.1 which is a standard in the computing industry for encoding, representing and managing a text.

  • Publisher: CRULP
  • Home page: www.cle.org.pk
  • Last updated: March 27th, 2012

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CRULP Urdu Phonetic

CRULP Urdu Phonetic

Urdu is a rich language with a multilingual and multi cultural heritage. Its roots in Arabic, English, Persian, Sanskrit and other languages give Urdu a diverse body of sounds and underlying linguistic structure. Similarly, multi cultural background introduces a varied tradition of calligraphy, prose poetry, and other forms of art in Urdu.

  • Publisher: Center for Research in Urdu Language Processing (CRULP)
  • Last updated: January 5th, 2010
Gujarati Phonetic

Gujarati Phonetic

This is the Gujarati Phonetic keyboard layout that makes it easer to type Gujarati on an English keyboard. The Shift and Ctrl+Shift keyboard maps are found in the Gujarati Phonetic Keyboard Layout. These layouts are widely used especially when you want to type in that language.

Marathi Phonetic by Makarand Gadre

Marathi Phonetic by Makarand Gadre

Makarand Gadre’s keyboard layout is an operating system level keyboard mapping so there is no program running in the background. There is no extra processor power and no network bandwidth used. Every physical key on the keyboard has a key number associated with it and there is a table which has the key number and the corresponding Unicode character to be sent to the program.

  • Publisher: Garde
  • Home page: www.gadre.com
  • Last updated: September 29th, 2011
CRULP Urdu Phonetic 2L

CRULP Urdu Phonetic 2L

Center for Research in Urdu Language Processing (CRULP) released “CRULP Urdu Phonetic Keyboard Layout v1.1” for Microsoft platform on October 2007. That layout was based on extended version from InPage to incorporate Unicode character set for Urdu. There are three (Base, Shift and AltGr (Right Alt or Alt+Ctrl)) levels in that layout. Basic characters are mostly placed on normal positions.

  • Publisher: CRULP
  • Last updated: February 26th, 2010
Vidyut Sanskrit Phonetic Keyboard

Vidyut Sanskrit Phonetic Keyboard

Vidyut Sanskrit Keyboard is a free program that enables direct typing of Unicode-compliant Devanagari and selected Sanskrit Vedic and metrical marks on Windows computers using a phonetic method. It provides a complete alternative for users working with Sanskrit texts.

  • Publisher: Adolf von Wurttemberg, Les Morgan
  • Home page: www.mywhatever.com
  • Last updated: May 27th, 2014
Ukrainian Phonetic Keyboard

Ukrainian Phonetic Keyboard

Ukrainian Phonetic Keyboard is a free program that enables you to create a text in the Ukrainian language on your computer. All the commonly used punctuation and special characters, except for comma and period, appear in the top row of keys in their Shift state. It changes your keyboard configuration in order to easily write in the Ukrainian language.

  • Publisher: shklar
  • Home page: www.shklar.org
  • Last updated: April 9th, 2015
Hindi Uni Phonetic Keyboard by Dr. Thind

Hindi Uni Phonetic Keyboard by Dr. Thind

Hindi Uni Phonetic Keyboard by Dr. Thind is a Hindi language addon for Windows. After installing this application, you will see the Windows language bar with an additional Hindi language. Simply change to Hindi and type in any application such as Notepad or MS Word. You do not need to learn Hindi typing since a phonetic script translation is used.

Armenian Unicode Phonetic keyboard

Armenian Unicode Phonetic keyboard

Armenian Phonetic Unicode Keyboard is a program that changes your keyboard layout to the Armenian language. After the installation you will be able to switch keyboard language clicking on language icon on the system tray or using the left Alt-Shift combination.

  • Publisher: Vahagn Khachatryan
  • Home page: www.vostan.org
  • Last updated: July 10th, 2015
Unicode Phonetic Keyboard (UCL) -

Unicode Phonetic Keyboard (UCL) -

The Unicode Phonetic Keyboard is an installable keyboard for Windows PCs that provides a convenient keyboard layout for the word-processing of phonetic transcription using Unicode fonts. The installation package comes complete with two Unicode fonts: Doulos and Charis that have been developed by SIL.

  • Publisher: University College London, Division of Psychology and Language Sciences
  • Home page: www.phon.ucl.ac.uk
  • Last updated: November 6th, 2009
Armenian Phonetic ANSI

Armenian Phonetic ANSI

It contains both - ANSI and UNICODE RA-Armenian typesets in Phonetic typing mode. It contains Armenian "chakertner «»", "but ՝", "shesht ՛", "bacakanchakan ՜" ev "hartsakan ՞ " symbols. Also You can type Armenian "Dram" and Russian "Ruble" signs, if you use AK-fonts