Designer/typographer · Writing a book on the history of keyboards: http://aresluna.org/shift-happens
It’s there! Between German and Hungarian. :·)
Thanks for sharing this and for reading!
This is so useful. Really appreciate you taking the time to write it all down!
What I found missing in the article is the description of what actually went wrong at/with Kabuki…
This is fantastic, thank you. I have not heard of Ukulele/Ukelele before, and it looks like a very interesting tool that I’m excited to dig into a bit more. Appreciate you sharing this!
Would you mind telling me a bit more about it? Also, what’s Ukulele?
I think you might be onto something. If you look at Hungarian typewriters, you can see that the letters are already there, even if 0 and 1 are missing, which is typical of typewriters of that time:
I don’t suppose you know why 0 is on the other side in Hungary specifically…?
Thank you. Updating the article now…
Ooh, do you have that written up somewhere? Seems like an interesting approach.