Georgian keyboard layout

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The Georgian keyboard (Georgian: ქართული კლავიატურა kartuli klaviatura) includes several keyboard layouts for Georgian script.

Standard keyboard[edit]

This is the Georgian standard[1] keyboard layout. The standard Windows keyboard is essentially that of manual typewriters, except for some of the punctuation, and that the letter ც has been moved down from the upper row.

 
 1
!
 2
?
 3
 4
§
 5
%
 6
:
 7
.
 8
;
 9
,
 0
/
 -
_
 +
=
 
 Backspace
 Tab key )
(
 Caps lock Enter key 
 Shift key
 ↑
 Shift key
 ↑
 Control key Win key  Alt key Space bar  AltGr key Win key Menu key  Control key  
 

QWERTY keyboard[edit]

Below is the Georgian QWERTY keyboard. While Georgian has no capital letters, because it has 33 letters and English has only 26, using the shift key is necessary to write Georgian.[2]


!
1
@
2  
#
3  
$
4
%
5  
^
6
&
7
*
8   °
(
9
)
0
_
-  
+
=  
 ←
 Backspace
 Tab key

®

{
[
}
]
|
~
 Caps lock

:
;
"
'
Enter key 
↵ 
 Shift key
 ↑


©
N
 
<
,   «
>
.   »
?
/  
 Shift key
 ↑
 Control key Win key  Alt key Space bar  AltGr key Win key Menu key  Control key  
 

Other keyboards[edit]

There is also a Georgian Ergonomic[3] keyboard layout.

Linux[edit]

The Georgian keyboard layout can be enabled on Linux with: setxkbmap ge

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