Over the last few months, you may have noticed a new help link popping up in Keyman keyboard searches:

ScriptSource is a new initiative from the folks at SIL, designed to be a:

"dynamic, collaborative reference to the writing systems of the world, with detailed information on scripts, characters, languages – and the remaining needs for supporting them in the computing realm."

Today, we're proud to announce that ScriptSource now also links back to over 250 Keyman Desktop and KeymanWeb keyboards, making it even easier for people to find the best keyboards for their languages. The Keyman entries look like this:

If you haven't visited ScriptSource yet, we encourage you to head on over, have a look, and get involved in the initiative of creating a unified collaborative reference for all the world's scripts.

 


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