What I learned about languages just by looking at a Turkish typewriter
Marcin Wichary

Unfortunately F-Keyboard isn’t as common as you might expect… It is common in governmental places, but standard user types on a Turkish QWERTY keyboard — but we still have separate keys for the accented letters, because they are treated as standalone letters in Turkish.

I didn’t know any pangram in Turkish, thanks for teaching me one!

Another thing: Ampersand is not counted among punctuation symbols in Turkish. That’s why it was “sacrificed” in the first place. But I am astounded that +, = and ! are taken out in the F-keyboard.

Government made an attempt to force F-keyboards throughout the nation but it failed. So even though we have a beautiful F-keyboard, we are still doomed to Q-keyboard in Turkey.

Many thanks for the article!