Māori Keyboard Layouts

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Māori Keyboard Layouts - Links

If you have any feedback or suggestions about these keyboard layouts or this website, please feel free to Contact Me

I'm particularly interested in anyone who can develop (or has developed) keyboard definitions for other operating systems (i.e. Win9x/Me, Linux etc.).

You can find various links to other Māori keyboard resources here.
The first formal Māori keyboard definition was released by Microsoft New Zealand, in conjunction with The University of Waikato.
This keyboard definition is now included in Windows XP Service Pack 2, but can still be found at the Microsoft New Zealand site, for those who haven't upgraded or are still using Windows 2000.
The Microsoft Keyboard Layout Creator is a free tool to create keyboard definitions that work on Windows XP and Windows 2000.
It lets you start a keyboard from scratch, or modify an existing keyboard, and produces windows installer modules that will install and uninstall the keyboard definitions.

You can get more information and download this tool from the Microsoft Keyboard Layout Creator site.

Karaitiana Taiuru has been in this game for a while now.
His site has more resources for Māori keyboard layouts, especially if you use older versions of Windows.
It also has an excellent collection of other resources relating to Māori presence on the internet - highly recommended.

You can find Karaitiana's site here.