Mask of Katakana

by OsyenVyeter

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Designed to automatically adapt an English keyboard into Japanese characters. Clone of Katakana カタカナ by fontstructor "williamsharkey". He left his work unfinished, and I took it upon myself to finish it. How it works is relatively simple. To make, for example, the Japanese letter "ku" type "k" and then "u". The "k" will bring up the k column. Next the "u" button brings up the appropriate mask for the desired letter. To make a,i,u,e, or o alone, just capitalize it. ex: "haiku" would be typed "haIku" for it is made of three letters. ha-I-ku.
Info: Created on 10th February 2015 . Last edited on 12th February 2015.
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Comment by ImmaPooh 16th October 2016

Thank you for the enthusiasm and completing this and sharing. Nicely done =)

Comment by williamsharkey 3rd October 2017

problem on 2-wide boxes: the masks doesnt cover the whole thing...

Comment by anonymous-1466233 4th October 2017

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