From before Epson291 10:47, 14 April 2007 (UTC)
the inaccesible punctuation part is wrong-a quotation mark IS a gershayim , an apostrophe IS a geresh, the only part of it that is right is the pasuq which isn't on keybpads but anyway it (and sof pasuq) are only used in writing in the torah.
SVG tinkering needed to correct diacritic position
The graphic used for Holam is incorrect. The diacritical dot should be to the left of the letter, not the center. An accurate graphic is used in Hebrew alphabet. A simple substitution of the correct one doesn't look right because of white space differences from the other SVG images. Enoent (talk) 11:48, 7 May 2011 (UTC)
Hebrew on standard Latin-based keyboards
I updated this section to reflect current usage, including specifically naming how most people refer to this layout, which is "Hebrew-QWERTY." That isn't a great name for many reasons, but it is common usage. I also replaced the morphology reference for ט, which was confusing and not typical, with ש on the W key, which is common on most Hebrew-QWERTY layouts.
I am a new Wikipedia editor, and I included many references, partly as refutation in case I was challenged, and partly as an aid to the reader who might come to Wikipedia looking for Hebrew-QWERTY resources, which can be difficult to find. The problem is that in proving my point via reference, I have necessarily included references to commercial products. This seems to be no-no where it can be avoided, but I didn't see any way to do so without simply removing the references altogether. I am also acknowledging my conflict of interest as I produce one of the products referenced. I did, however, also include references to products which are not my own, and further included references to free, no-cost alternatives. (And its not like I will get rich on Hebrew-QWERTY products. I offer these as a service with no illusion that this will ever be a major source of income.) If I've made a faux pas here, please advise. Radicaldad (talk) 13:09, 26 March 2014 (UTC)