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# 136417 26-Nov-2013 15:06
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I have a customer who is wanting to purchase some Polynesian layout keyboards. Anyone ever seen one or have any ideas where I can look?  I have found virtual keyboards etc but they want physical replacements.  
Pretty much the only info I was given was the following: I was told a keyboard has been invented. By BYU in Hawaii. Inventor was a guy named Brian Tasoni.
Ive googled them, looked on ebay, no results at all.  

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  # 941128 26-Nov-2013 15:36
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You could use something like a Optimus Keyboard which has LEDs on the all the keys and you can program whatever you want on the keys.

http://www.artlebedev.com/everything/optimus/maximus/



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  # 941135 26-Nov-2013 15:39
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I'll keep those in mind. Really I think my customers realistically out of luck :)

 
 
 
 


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  # 941138 26-Nov-2013 15:53
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http://oceanicorthography.com/

It's a downloadable keyboard that allows easy insertion of macrons.



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  # 941239 26-Nov-2013 19:48
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Thanks heaps for that. I'll take a good look tomorrow.

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