I have the rare good fortune to see John Cowan on a near-daily basis
(except this month, with all the Jewish Holidays); I'll forward your
On 10/16/2016 01:08 PM, Marcel Schneider wrote:
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: