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====[[Canadian French]]====
::[[imageBerkas:KB Canadian French.svg|540px|Canadian French keyboard layout]]
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====[[Canadian Multilingual Standard]]====
::[[imageBerkas:KB Canadian Multilingual Standard.svg|540px|Canadian Multilingual Standard keyboard layout]]
But note that United States keyboards are also used in Canada.
====[[Portuguese language|Portuguese]] ([[Portugal]])====
::[[imageBerkas:KeyboardLayout-Portuguese.png|Portuguese (Portugal) keyboard layout]]
====[[Portuguese language|Portuguese]] ([[Brazil]])====
::[[imageBerkas:KeyboardLayout-Portuguese-Brazil.png|Portuguese (Brazil) keyboard layout]]
====[[Norwegian language|Norwegian]]====
::[[imageBerkas:Keyboard Layout Norwegian.png|Norwegian keyboard layout]]
====[[Danish language|Danish]]====
::[[imageBerkas:KeyboardLayout-Danish.png|Danish keyboard layout]]
====[[Swedish language|Swedish]]/[[Finnish language|Finnish]]====
::[[ImageBerkas:Keyboard Layout Swedish.png|Swedish/Finnish keyboard layout]]
====[[United Kingdom|UK]]====
::[[ImageBerkas:KB United Kingdom.svg|540px|United Kingdom keyboard layout]]
The United Kingdom layout is similar to the United States layout. In [[Hong Kong]], UK Keyboards are not used. US and Chinese (Traditional) keyboards are used instead. Though such Hong Kong users can add "English (United Kingdom)" as the keyboard input language in the [[operating system]], they need to change the corresponding keyboard layout to "US", not "English (United Kingdom)". See the article [[British and American keyboards]] for details. See also [[Technical standards in colonial Hong Kong]].
====[[American English|US]]====
::[[imageBerkas:KB United States.svg|540px|Middle North American keyboard layout]]
Note that the US keyboard layout does not use AltGr or any dead keys, and thus offers no way of inputting any sort of diacritic or accent; this makes it unsuitable for all but a handful of languages.
::[[ImageBerkas:KB US-International.svg|540px|US-International keyboard layout]]
====[[Germany]] and [[Austria]] (but not Switzerland)====
::[[imageBerkas:KeyboardLayout-German.png|German keyboard layout]]
====[[Switzerland|Swiss]] German, Swiss French, [[Liechtenstein]], [[Luxembourg]]====
::[[ImageBerkas:Keyboard Layout Swiss.png|Swiss keyboard layout]]
Remarks: Luxembourg doesn't have a keyboard layout of its own. Public education uses the Swiss-French keyboard, whereas the banking sector prefers the Belgian layout. Other places use either one, or even the US layout..
====[[Romanian language|Romanian]] in [[Romania]] and [[Moldova]]====
::[[imageBerkas:Keyboard Layout Romanian.png|Romanian keyboard layout]]
===Dvorak and others===
::[[imageBerkas:Dvorak_keyboard2.png|Dvorak Simplified Keyboard layout]]
There are also keyboard layouts that do not resemble QWERTY/QWERTZ/AZERTY very closely, if at all. Best known among these is the [[Dvorak Simplified Keyboard]] layout (named after its inventor, not the key order), which reduces finger movement and is claimed by some proponents to offer higher typing speed along with [[Ergonomics|ergonomic]] benefits. Some languages use the Roman script but with non-QWERTY-based keyboard layouts, such as Latvian and Turkish (with the note that the majority of Turkish keyboards are QWERTY, though the so called "Turkish-F keyboard layout" is older and said to be better suited to the language).
====[[Bulgarian language|Bulgarian]]====
::[[imageBerkas:Keyboard Layout Bulgarian BDS.png|Bulgarian BDS keyboard layout]]
This is the Bulgarian BDS layout.
::[[imageBerkas:Keyboard Layout Bulgarian Phonetic.png|Bulgarian Phonetic keyboard layout]]
This is the Bulgarian Phonetic layout. Although not standard this layout is widely spread, because of its similarity to the QWERTY layout. Note that this is a [[Phonetic]] layout and not a [[Transliteration]] layout and as such produces cyrillic symbols.
::[[imageBerkas:Keyboard Layout Sanskrit.png|Sanskrit keyboard layout]]
====[[Thai language|Thai]]====
::[[imageBerkas:Keyboard Layout Thai.png|Thai keyboard layout]]
==East Asian languages==
=====Chinese (traditional)=====
Computers shipped in the [[Republic of China]] (Taiwan) will often use [[Zhuyin]] (bopomofo) style keyboards (United States keyboards with bopomofo labels), many also with [[Cangjie method]] key labels, as Cangjie is the standard method for speed-typing in Traditional Chinese. The bopomofo style keyboards are in [[lexicographical order]], top-to-bottom left-to-right.
::[[ImageBerkas:Keyboard layout Chinese Traditional.png|Chinese (traditional) keyboard layout, which is an United States keyboard with Zhuyin, Cangjie and Dayi key labels]]
Remarks: The codes of 3 input methods are typically printed on Chinese (traditional) keyboard: Zhuyin (upper right); Cangjie (lower left); and [[Dayi method|Dayi]] (lower right).
::[[ImageBerkas:Taiwan keyboard bopomofo.JPG|Chinese (traditional) keyboard layout from Taiwan for Cangjie and Zhuyin]]
Remarks: This is an example for a keyboard from Taiwan with Cangjie (blue) and Bopomofo/Zhuyin (red).
====Dubeolsik [[Hangul]] (for [[Korean language|Korean]])====
Dubeolsik is the most common Hangul keyboard layout in use in South Korea. Pressing Ha/En key once switches between Hangul as shown, and English. There is another key to the right of the Ha/En key for [[Hanja]] input. If the typist is using a standard 104-key keyboard, the right Alt key will become the Ha/En key, and the right Ctrl key will become the Hanja key. Alternate keyboard styles exist, such as those used by IBM mainframes, but these are rarely used. Note that [[consonant]]s occupy the left side of the layout, while [[vowel]]s are on the right.
::[[imageBerkas:Keyboard Layout Hangul.png|Hangul keyboard layout]]
====[[Japanese language|Japanese]]====
[[ImageBerkas:Basicjapanesekeyboard-notfinished.jpg|keyboard showing location of hiragana keys. image unfinished.]]
Usually the JIS keyboard is used. Some people type Hiragana directly, but most people prefer typing Latin alphabets, which are automatically converted to Hiragana. In both cases, Alt+Zen/Han key combination is used to switch on [[input method editor]]. Some people prefer US layout, in which case Alt+` does the role, or [[Command key|Cmd]]-Space for Macs.