#1 Russian keyboard layout for button accordion


Hi. Here is a vmpk keyboard layout for button accordion. The button layout of a this inxstrument is very similar to computer keyboard layout.


  • Pedro Lopez-Cabanillas

    Thanks, moved to the right tracker: "shared keymaps and instruments".

    By the way, in a spanish qwerty keyboard, the latest notes (28-32) can't be played. Which keyboard language are you using?
    You define mappings that are independent of the language if you activate the "raw" keyboard mode in the preferences dialog. Unfortunately, these raw maps depend on the operating system.

  • Vladimir Zhirov

    Vladimir Zhirov - 2010-04-29

    I'm using Russian keyboard. Maybe there are some differences between it and Spanish one in representing "qwerty" punctuation characters..

    It seems raw keyboard mode expects key codes in configuration dialog. Letters I entered there disappeared after closing the dialog. It would be great to know the right way to customize keyboard in raw mode.

  • Pedro Lopez-Cabanillas

    For the alphanumeric mapping mode, the following wikipedia article covers a lot of alphanumeric keyboard layouts for many languages: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keyboard_layout

    For the raw keyboard mode, the numbers depend on the operating system. There are three XML files in the source vmpk package, with the default mappings used in the raw keyboard mode for each supported operating system:
    * pc102x11.xml for Linux, X11 scan codes
    * pc102win.xml for Windows, MS key codes
    * pc102mac.xml for Mac OSX, Apple key codes

  • Pedro Lopez-Cabanillas

    • summary: Keyboard layout for button accordion --> Russian keyboard layout for button accordion

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