SlavicX  VERY Ltd. ® Keyboard Russian (Slavic Cyrillic)

Extended version of the Russian Windows keyboard layout (ΙΦΣΚΕΝ); in addition to standard characters, it allows you to enter:
  • all characters of the second half of Windows-1251 encoding table
    (which includes specifically all letters of the civil Cyrillic alphabets of all Slavic languages);
  • all letters of the "old" (previous) Russian spelling: Yat (ѣ), Fita (ѳ), and Izhitsa (ѵ);
  • subscript (₁ ₂ ₃ ₄ ₅ ₆ ₇ ₈ ₉ ₀) and superscript (¹ ² ³ ⁴ ⁵ ⁶ ⁷ ⁸ ⁹ ⁰) digits;
  • combining acute accent ( ́), combining grave accent ( ̀), almost-equal-to sign (≈), multiplication sign (×), and ruble sign (₽).

Additional characters are tied to Russian letters and are located, if possible, in accordance with the "intuitive" principle.
Thus, this keyboard layout can be comfortable for those who are used to the standard Russian, Ukrainian or Belarusian layout.

Some tips (for Windows 10)
  • To disable Ctrl+Alt+Left, Ctrl+Alt+Right native hotkeys:

  • To fix (2-letter) Language Bar missing:
    PC settings > Time & Language > Language > Keyboard,
    and check "Use the desktop language bar when it's available".
    Then click "Language bar options", and uncheck
    "Show additional Language bar icons in the taskbar".
  • To fix (3-letter) Input Indicator missing:
    PC settings > Personalization > Taskbar > Turn system icons on or off,
    and switch "Input Indicator" on.


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