Keyboard layouts for Windows: Inverted Pan-Iberian.

This layout is identical to the Pan-Iberian layout, with the following exceptions:

  1. The base and Shift keystrokes corresponding to the keys ·, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0, ` (grave accent), ^ (circumflex accent) and ~ (tilde) have been inverted. This layout may be more comfortable for users [usually programmers] that need to type the characters \, *, -, +, $, %, <, >, (, ), =, /, & and | more often than the mentioned digits and diacritics.

  2. The relevant keystroke combinations on the AltGr‑4, AltGr‑Z and AltGr‑M dead keys are inverted in the same manner, so the typing itself will be the same (for example, in the Pan-Iberian keyboard layout, the keystroke combinations AltGr‑4+8 and AltGr‑4+9 will output, respectively, and , while in this layout they're returned by the combinations AltGr‑4+( [left parenthesis] and AltGr‑4+) [right parenthesis]).

The layout.

This is the Inverted Pan-Iberian layout:

[Inverted Pan-Iberian layout - base mode]

[Inverted Pan-Iberian layout - Shift key pressed]

[Inverted Pan-Iberian layout - AltGr key pressed]

[Inverted Pan-Iberian layout - both Shift and AltGr keys pressed]

ATTENTION: the keystrokes AltGr‑Shift‑F/AltGr‑Shift‑f, AltGr‑Shift‑G/AltGr‑Shift‑g and AltGr‑Shift‑Y/AltGr‑Shift‑y are clipped in the last image. These correspond to the smileys ಠ_ಠ (unamused), ಥ﹏ಥ (crying) and ◉_◉ (surprised). Note they all include a space (' ') at the beginning, for the user's convenience.

Version history.

The installer.

This layout can be installed on Windows operating systems (2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista, 7 and 8) using the Inverted Pan-Iberian layout installer.

Last update: 27/11/2012.

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