Tata letak papan tombol: Perbedaan antara revisi

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* [[Maltron keyboard|Maltron layout]] [http://www.maltron.com/maltron-advantage-dual.html] (1977)
== Tata letak keyboard untuk teks dengan alfabet non-Roman ==
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Also, most non-Roman keyboard layouts have the capacity to be used to input Roman letters as well as the script of the language; users of non-Roman scripts frequently encounter situations where they must enter Roman script (for example, when typing in URLs or names). This may be done through a special key on the keyboard devoted to this task, or through some special combination of keys, or through software programs that don't really interact with the keyboard much.
==== [[Bahasa Arab]] ====
::[[imageBerkas:Keyboard Layout Arabic.png|Arabic keyboard layout]]
==== [[Bahasa Armenia]] ====
::[[imageBerkas:Keyboard Layout Armenian.png|Armenian keyboard layout]]
==== [[Bahasa Yunani]] ====
::[[imageBerkas:Keyboard Layout Greek.png|Greek keyboard layout]]
==== [[Bahasa Ibrani]] ====
::[[imageBerkas:Keyboard Layout Hebrew.png|Hebrew keyboard layout]]
==== [[Bahasa Rusia]] ====
::[[imageBerkas:Keyboard Layout Russian.png|Russian keyboard layout]]
Mereka yang tidak memiliki keyboard Sirrilik sering kali menggunakan tata letak fonetis, misalnya 'А' dituliskan dengan menggunakan tombol 'A', 'Б' dengan tombol 'B', 'Д' by dengan tombol 'D', dan seterusnya.
== Perbandingan tata letak alternatif ==
Umumnya cara yang digunakan untuk mengukur manfaat dari satu jenis tata letak tertentu antara lain adalah dengan mengukur jarak yang diperlukan oleh jari pengetik pada saat ia harus mengetikkan teks, jumlah pergantian tangan dan jari, dan jumlah tombol yang ditekan yang berada pada baris utama. <!-- When run through a keyboard layout comparison applet created by a Jon A. Maxwell with extra layouts added, text taken from the section "East Asian Languages" in this article on April 19th, 2006, beginning with "Chinese, Japanese and Korean" and ending with "(e.g. Unicode).", yielded the following results:
It should also be noted that the Plum Keyboard seems to have a tendency to have the most keys on the home row, although ASSET had the most in this test.
== Lihat pula ==
*[[Kode bahasa]]