Do you remember your first visit to France or Belgium, when you tried for the first time in your life to type in English on an AZERTY keyboard?
How many times has it happened to you to stay long hours in front of a QWERTY keyboard, trying to produce a readable and correct text in Spanish, Polish or Arabic? Or even more, to write using several languages at the same time?
You have probably developed your own way to deal with all the difficulties coming from the various special characters, more or less effective … The European Union alone uses three different kinds of alphabet – Latin, Greek and Cyrillic - for its 23 official languages. Not to mention the dozens of diacritics – e.g.: Ł, ß, Š, Ű, - used for example in Slovak, German and Hungarian.
Luckily today's users can be spared much of this struggle with the help of a multilingual virtual keyboard. This is a simple tool, available online for free. It allows you to create texts in a language of your choice, without any need to install additional software.
You can find some examples at the following websites: