If you have the need to type anything in a foreign language which has accents and other strange-looking characters, and you only have a US keyboard, your life used to be miserable. You used to have to do one of the following:
Mozilla Firefox 35 and higher, Internet Explorer 8 and higher, Google Chrome (except for some issues)
In other browsers, there will likely be problems with keyboard shortcuts and other glitches.
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I got the idea of making this site from the Russian keyboard made by my two friends, Michał Ryszard Wójcik and Michał Stanisław Wójcik (yes, they have the same first and last names).
My name is Tomasz P. Szynalski. I also made Antimoon — a site which tells people how to learn English effectively. I am a part-time English-Polish translator, offering Polish translation services online. I spend a lot of time thinking about philosophical and practical topics; I publish some of the practical stuff here. I live in Wrocław, Poland.
Your suggestions and bug reports are very welcome. If you can send me a short note describing what you use TypeIt for (your work? personal e-mail? school assignments?), that would be great, too. Here’s my e-mail address:
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