The Russian keyboard layout contains the same set of characters as in Windows-1251, except for some Latin characters. The Ukrainian and Belorussian typographical characters are missing, but they can be accessed by using the Cyrillic numerical keyboard, so the layout can be used for both Ukrainians and Belorussians. It also contains a lot of symbols and punctuation marks.
The file consists of two keyboard layouts, namely the Russian and the English. The keycaps, layouts and the set of special characters are all exactly the same.
Of course, the keys are colored to indicate their respective letters. To view the characters and special symbols, you can launch the Windows virtual keyboard or the NetDigmars, a tool that was written by Yarbur. The virtual keyboard can be set to the Russian layout to use it on the fly.
In the right side panel of NetDigmars you’ll see the characters and their positions. This panel has a toggle button that allows you to toggle between the Russian and English layouts.
The Russian keyboard layout also has a collection of punctuation marks and symbols. Its categories are:
Base punctuation: apostrophe, comma, period, exclamation point, question mark, left and right quotes, and those used to end a sentence.
Space: space, vertical line and horizontal line.
Numbers: numerals, a decimal point, and the zero sign.
Symbols: parentheses, braces, ellipsis, brace brackets, and brackets.
Typographic: various typographic symbols, including those used in mathematical formulas.
Please, keep in mind that the Russian keyboard layout is designed for Windows-1251, which means that it won’t match the character set of Russian codepage 1251, which is a different character set. You can modify it by installing the Cyrillic keyboard layout and using the characters from the Cyrillic keyboard.
You can switch between the Russian and English keyboard layouts using Yarbur’s NetDigmars, but you can also use Alt+Shift, because it does the same thing. You can toggle it with WinKey+Alt or Ctrl+Alt.
If you’re interested in learning the Cyrillic alphabet, you can use the Systrays – Cyrillic keyboard. Also, there’s Cyrillic Keyboard Layout that is a Windows package, and it also has Cyrillic layout.
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KM5 is a program that uses macros to record the mouse and keyboard actions on the computer. It can be activated by clicking the “Record” button in the program’s main window. The recording procedure is easy and the program itself is simple to use. The program saves the macros to a file, which you can then edit and remove from the file. It’s a very powerful and useful program for advanced users, who want to create their own macros for certain actions on the computer.
CLICK The program was created by Lord Rothschild, who is an inventor, programmer and geek. According to Lord Rothschild’s blog, the program came to life after “researches that include the settings of the mouse movements and clicks, multimedia files, and internet surfing sessions”. When recording the mouse movements, it will capture the location and direction (in degrees) of the mouse cursor at each and every click.
The list of recorded macros can be accessed directly from the program’s main window, which displays all of the recorded items in the order they were made. Also, you can view the list in the library, which makes it easy to find the macros you want to edit or delete from the file.
Additionally, the software has a dictionary that can be accessed from the bottom of the main window. The program automatically adds your login to the dictionary, so you don’t need to enter it manually. There are three dictionaries available, which makes it easy to access different languages: Russian, English, or Chinese.
The program is simple to use and there is no need for advanced users to go through some long and complicated tutorials to figure out how to use the software. It’s all there in the first row on the main window. The main purpose of the program is to record your mouse and keyboard actions for future reference, and it does that very well. You can find the program at the following link.
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The software works very similarly to a traditional calculator. You can enter calculations for the desired operations and apply them to the numbers. Also, you can create a shortcut that will execute the desired command when clicked. The software includes basic operations, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and even more complicated calculations.
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Yarbur Keyboard Layout is a Windows package that contains both the Russian and English keyboard layouts.
When using an extended keyboard layout, the Alt+Shift combination is helpful to go back to the regular keyboard layout. You can use this shortcut to toggle between the Russian and English keyboard layouts. However, it doesn’t work when you’re using a Windows virtual keyboard, such as on a tablet or laptop. In this case, you need to change the keyboard layout using the built-in function that is present in Windows.
If you want to change the keyboard layout for Russian and English, you can use Yarbur Keyboard Layout. It’s a Windows package that contains both the Russian and English keyboard layouts, just in case you want to go back to English mode on your computer. The Russian layout also has typographical characters used in the Ukrainian and Belorussian languages.
Also, the downloaded archive includes the Russian and English keyboard layouts for both x86 and x64 Windows. The setup procedure is simple and straightforward. After your confirmation, the keyboard layout is automatically added to Windows, although it might be necessary to restart the computer if you’re using an older operating system. Also, it’s mandatory that you are the administrator of the computer or you have the admin’s credentials.
Next, you can toggle the default and Russian keyboard layouts from the systray or by triggering Alt+Shift. To view the exact characters and their positions on the keyboard, you can launch the Windows virtual keyboard. You can even set Russian as the default layout if you head over to Control Panel to change this setting.
Also, Yarbur Keyboard Layout includes:
– The English keyboard layout.
– The Russian keyboard layout with Russian and English.
– The Russian keyboard layout with Ukranian and Belorussian.
– The Russian keyboard layout with AltGr, Alt and AltGr.
– The Russian keyboard layout with space, AltGr, Alt, and space.
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– Support all windows fonts on the Windows 10 OS;
– Support your country's keyboards;
– Supported Ukrainian and Belorussian languages (new);
– Customizable & Replaceable keyboard layouts and languages;
– Keyboard settings;
– Various keys are disabled or hidden;
– Optional system tray icon;
– Works on Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10;
– Works on all languages.
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