|MultiKey 5.01 / 6.00|
Copyright © 1996-2014 by Stefan Hagel
Free Keyboard utility
for Latin with diacritics, Ancient Greek, Cyrillic, Hebrew,
Supports Unicode input in many Microsoft Windows programs.
For 32bit (also if running in a 64bit environment) and 64bit applications. Both versions are installed on 64bit systems. Depending on the software you use in each particular case, start either the 32bit or the 64bit version (or both).
|Download your free copy of MultiKey||5.1/6.0||for||Microsoft Windows 8/7/Vista/XP/2000/NT/9x|
|3.0||Microsoft Word 95|
Installation: Please run the setup program and follow the instructions.
Q: Why do I get rectangles or funny signs when I write Devanagari, Gothic, etc.?
A: MultiKey supplies keyboard layouts to use with Unicode compliant fonts. Therefore, in order to display the characters MultiKey helps you to type, you also need a font that includes the script you need (and the case of complex scripts also a word processor capable of handling them). For very exotic scripts, you may have a look at ALPHABETUM Unicode.
Q: Instead of a grave accent, there is a small vertical
line on the epsilon
A: This is only due to the screen resolution. Use a larger zoom factor or font size, or print it: then you will see the grave accents.
Q: I use Windows 7 and cannot access the MultiKey menu
from the icon at the application bar.
A: Activate MultiKey by pressing Alt+Tab. Then press Alt+Space. The menu shows up - and also offers you to transfer the icon to the "Notification area".
Q: MultiKey sometimes ceases to work.
A: This can happen especially when switching between applications using the keyboard. Press Shift+Ctrl+Alt+L to re-initialize MultiKey. If nothing helps, close and restart MultiKey and, if necessary, your word processor.
Q: How to type a series of uncombined characters which
represent a combination (e.g. "a+" instead of
A: Between the characters, press Shift+Ctrl+Alt. Or, to disable MultiKey temporarily, press Shift+Ctrl+Alt+X.
This program is a free service to anyone concerned with
Ancient Greek etc. – if you feel the need to pay for
it, do so to someone who needs it.
© 2014-10-23 Stefan Hagel