On 11 Oct 2016 09:48:00 -0700, Doug Ewell wrote:
> You mentioned mobile devices, but also mentioned ISO/IEC 9995 and 14755,
> which seem to deal primarily with computer keyboards.
> On Windows, John Cowan's Moby Latin keyboard  allows the input of
> more than 800 non-ASCII characters, including the two mentioned in your
> post (ɛ and ɔ):
> AltGr+p, o 0254 LATIN SMALL LETTER OPEN O
> AltGr+p, e 025B LATIN SMALL LETTER OPEN E
> Moby Latin is a strict superset of the standard U.S. English keyboard;
> that is, none of the standard keystrokes were redefined, unlike
> keyboards such as United States-International which tend to redefine
> keys for ASCII characters that look like diacritical marks, making
> adoption difficult. There are also versions of Moby based on the
> standard U.K. keyboard.
U.S. Moby Latin and Whacking Latin keyboard driver packages
are not available any more. What happened?
Neither can John Cowanʼs home pae be accessed:
Though the Chester County Interlink host is not down.
Still the ReadMe can be accessed, from another domain: