[crosspost] I made an IPA keyboard for fcitx on Linux!

OP: @yukijoou:

For those who may not know, the IPA (international phonetics alphabet) is widely used for writing out how words are spoken. It’s very useful for linguists writing research papers, and for people looking to learn new languages! As I wasn’t satisfied with most IPA keyboards available, and wanted something that integrated well with fcitx, which I already have to use for japanese input, I re-implemented parts of the SIL IPA keyboard. It’s not a one-to-one recreation (yet), because I needed somthing now rather than later, and took some shortcuts to put in all the features I personally needed, but it should be good enough for doing broad transcription of RP English. It should also be fairly trivial to hack in support for most character combinations. Feel free to check out the git repo!


Original post: I made an IPA keyboard for fcitx on Linux! - Blåhaj Lemmy

(Correct) user handler: @yukijoou
(it’s @lemmy.blahaj.zone, no @blahaj.zone)

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Sorry about reposting this thread. I was trying to figure out how to use the recently updated crossposting feature.

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