Kuɔny:Typing in Dinka

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Typing on a desktop computer / [PLEASE TRANSLATE THE SECTION HEADING TO DINKA][cokic | cok tënëyökic]

Using Wikipedia's built-in keyboard / [PLEASE TRANSLATE THE SECTION HEADING TO DINKA][cokic | cok tënëyökic]

See mw:Help:Extension:UniversalLanguageSelector/Input methods/din-fqsx.

Typing on a mobile phone or tablet / [PLEASE TRANSLATE THE SECTION HEADING TO DINKA][cokic | cok tënëyökic]

Android[cokic | cok tënëyökic]

There are several keyboard apps that can be used to type Dinka. Pick any keyboard that is the most convenient for you.

Using the African Keyboard app / [PLEASE TRANSLATE THE SECTION HEADING TO DINKA][cokic | cok tënëyökic]

1 Install the "African keyboard" app. [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]
2 Go to your phone settings, usually using the "gear" icon ⚙. [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]
3 Go to "General management" > "Language and input" > On-screen keyboard. [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]
4 Tap "Manage keyboards". [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]
5 Enable "African Keyboard". [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]
6 Go back to the phone's home screen. [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]
7 Open the full apps list and open the African Keyboard app. [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]
8 Tap the button with three dots from top to bottom ⋮ and tap "Settings". [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]
9 Tap "Character Set". Select "South Sudan". You are ready! Now you can type all the Dinka letters anywhere in your phone: Internet, WhatsApp, Facebook, Google, and everywhere else. [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]
10 When you are typing, switch to African keyboard using a globe icon (🌐) or slide the Space bar to the right, until the keyboard changes to African keyboard. [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]

Typing:

ɣ long-tap g [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]
ŋ long-tap n [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]
ɛ long-tap e [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]
ɔ long-tap o [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]
ä, ë, ɛ̈, ï, ö, ɔ̈ write the letter and tap 6 [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]
numbers long-tap the numbers [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]

Using MultiLing Keyboard[cokic | cok tënëyökic]

1 Install the "MultiLing keyboard" app. [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]
2 Install the "Dinka keyboard plugin" app. [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]
3 Go to your phone settings, usually using the "gear" icon ⚙. [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]
4 Go to "General management" > "Language and input" > On-screen keyboard. [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]
5 Tap "Manage keyboards". [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]
6 Enable "Multiling keyboard". [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]
7 Open the full apps list and open the Multiling keyboard app. [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]
8 Tap "Enable languages". [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]
9 Scroll down and enable "Dinka". (You may also disable the languages that you don't need.) [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]
10 When you are typing, switch to Dinka keyboard using a globe icon (🌐) or slide the Space bar to the right, until the keyboard changes to Dinka keyboard. [PLEASE TRANSLATE THIS SECTION INTO DINKA]

iOS[cokic | cok tënëyökic]