Dvorak-QWERTY Layout for Windows

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Dvorak-QWERTY Layout has character codes from Dvorak Layout, but virtual key codes from QWERTY layout. It means that ( in most apps) you type text in Dvorak, but all short-keys (including Ctrl+lt;keygt;) will be as in QWERTY. Created with MSKLC 1.4.




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