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Nick George
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Have pity on us poor souls who, through no fault of their own, were duped in to learning the Dvorak keyboard and are useless at Qwerty!

I use Dvorak, but everone who uses my programs uses Qwerty. Thus, I have to continually change my layout to qwerty to give things out. Is there any way to read what layout the user is running, and react accordingly?
 
Ken Blair
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How'd you get duped? I like Dvorak a lot more than Qwerty. It's just frustrating when you're tired because half your fingers want to do Qwerty and half want to do Dvorak.

To answer your question: I don't know.
 
Stuart Ash
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Originally posted by Nick George:
Have pity on us poor souls who, through no fault of their own, were duped in to learning the Dvorak keyboard and are useless at Qwerty!

I use Dvorak, but everone who uses my programs uses Qwerty. Thus, I have to continually change my layout to qwerty to give things out. Is there any way to read what layout the user is running, and react accordingly?


Not sure I understand the context of your question. Where do you want to find out what layout a user is running? Maybe you can elaborate?
 
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