This blog reports on significant Keyman product and keyboard development updates over the two weeks ending on 1 September 2023.
This is a shorter report than recent posts, as the team is preparing to meet in person for Keyman 18 planning, and a number of team members have been on leave.
As always, you can follow all of our development online at github.com/keymanapp/keyman, and you may find the Keyman Development Status Site at status.keyman.com both interesting and slightly overwhelming!
- The FirstVoices Southern Tutchone keyboard has been updated to use single codepoint outputs where possible and removed duplicate punctuation. Thanks to HopsAndHops! (#2350)
- The Korean RR keyboard has been updated to clarify that it is a web-only keyboard, and does not currently run with Keyman for Windows (#2345). We plan to update this keyboard to make it possible to run on any platform, but this requires work to Keyman itself, to refresh the Input Method eXtensions (aka IMX) feature. If this is something you are interested in, let us know!