based on typical letter frequencies in each language, are
optional to the GKOS Alphabetic Layout. Optimised layouts minimise the
need for chording and, consequently, make typing faster by positioning
the most common letters to single keys. The difference between the
optimised and alphabetical layouts has been minimised to take advantage
of the typing skill on both cases as much as possible.
Shown here are three
cases: No key pressed, Key
pressed and Key
(as these keys are defined for the English layout).
other functions are shown on the bottom lines.
Most controls of the PC keyboard are available like Enter, Esc, Shift, Caps, Tab, Ctrl, Alt,
Del, Home, End, Insert, Page Up/Down and all Arrow keys.