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These keyboard layouts work with any Unicode fonts. Usually, we see no more than 2 true guujarati, excluding the reph. The challenge one faces typing in Gujarati is the variety of conjuncts that can be formed with “half” consonants and “full” consonants. The consonants on the Gujarati Phonetic keyboard layout are mapped in the two images below.
The dilemma is having to use character codes to type in these characters, making typing Gujarati a very slow process. Vowels and Vowel Signs. The virama key is shown in the image below.
The following is an example of punctuation order:. With Unicode fonts, typing a combination of characters results in automatic character substitution and punctuation positioning if they have a conjunct form. Images 1 and 2 below show the default Gujarati keyboard layout included with Windows.
This layout is for any Unicode font, not just Shruti font which comes preinstalled with Windows. The one that is pronounced first will be typed first.
Default Shruti Gujarati Keyboard Layout
To use this phonetic layout, you must install the Gujarati Phonetic keyboard layout found here. However, the layout of the keys in this default keyboard layout is impractical for the English keyboard. In most cases, it’s apparent which one is pronounced first.
For complex conjuncts, we follow the same rule. The method work for all conjuncts. As a matter of fact, any time you want to see the virama without have it joined, you can type the ZWNJ in between.
A default Gujarati keyboard layout, simply called Gujarati, is included in Windows.
As you can see, the concept of typing in Gujarati are sound and easy. However, with a Unicode font, one would type:.
How to Type Gujarati with Shruti Font – Gujarati Typing
The synthesis of the keyboard layout and Unicode fonts makes typing in Gujarati far more easier than with other types of fonts. The solution to this is the Gujarati keyboard layout used for Unicode Gujarati fonts. The three image above include all the consonants of the Gujarati language plus other characters which will be explained later.
Keyboafd base is always typed first, then the accents.
Unicode scripting automatically converts what you type to the correct conjunct form. One only needs to know which consonants form the conjunct.
Default Gujarati Keyboard Layout for Shruti Font – Gujarati Typing
The order of entry depends on the pronunciation. The anusvara is always typed after the other punctuations, if any. See these other pages for help with these specific areas: Hence, the non-Unicode fonts make use of extended character code pages to map these extra characters. Typing the anusvara before the U vowel give us a malformed word. The following frequently used conjuncts are mapped to the regular keyboard; hence, you can type them with a single keystroke. It’s an “intelligent” system that processes your input as you type and makes the appropriate substitution.
How to Type Gujarati with Shruti Font
The default Gujarati keyboard layout has the following disadvantages. However, in some cases the conjunct is represented by a single character. You have to learn the layout if you want to use this layout.
Consonants The simplest characters are the consonants. However, if you use an English keyboard, then you may want to use my Gujarati Phonetic keyboard layout instead. Table 1 shows the common conjuncts and their component consonants. The virama key is the single apostrophe key ‘. It enables us to combine the sha and cha to make the shcha. It has to be placed after the U vowel. On the Gujarati Phonetic keyboard layout, the Gujarati or Hindi equivalents correspond to the phonetic English counterpart as best as possible.
The table below shows some common conjuncts represented by single characters with their consonant components.