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    I want to create an on screen keyboard for hebrew users.
    But i dont understand how to do it.
    When i look in the skins.ini file i see something like this:

    R=192,43,43,43,082
    T=235,43,43,43,084

    What i think i understood is that the last 3 digits are the key codes,
    But how do i know what hebrew key codes are.


    Help!!!

  • #2
    Originally posted by danieltaiber
    I want to create an on screen keyboard for hebrew users.
    But i dont understand how to do it.
    When i look in the skins.ini file i see something like this:

    R=192,43,43,43,082
    T=235,43,43,43,084

    What i think i understood is that the last 3 digits are the key codes,
    But how do i know what hebrew key codes are.


    Help!!!

    The meaning of that code is as follows:

    R=192,43,43,43,082

    R > Key
    192 > X-Coordinate
    43 > Y-Coordinate
    43 > width of the key
    43 > highth of the key
    082 > ascii-code of 'R'

    To use a custum key take an ascii-table and search the keycode for
    your key....use 'custum' in skin.ini to define one or more keys!
    ...that's my way for the german osk


    hope that helps
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    • #3
      dude, I already have an hebrew OSK.. PM me.

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      • #4
        The thing is that i type the hebrew letter and the english letter, using the "key.exe" tool that came with MM, and it shows me that it uses the same ASCII code..

        Am I doing something wrong?

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