International Keyboard

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  1. Equinox

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    Normally if you want to add or change a keyboard you go to: Settings/Generall/Keyboards/Add New Keyboard

    And select from alist of 12 keyboards displayed.

    I havedownloaded a keyboard from Apple store which is NOT part of the above list. How can I include that keyboard and make use of it?

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. Equinox

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    Come on guys. Over 100 views and not a single reply?
     
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    Still, no hints at all?
     
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    What keyboard did you download? I don't know of any you can get off the app store and install as a regular keyboard besides emoji....
     
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    Ok, I've studied this a little bit because I also use an international keyboard, so I was curious. When you download one of these "keyboards" that aren't supported natively by Apple, what you are buying is actually an app - specifically a text editor. You have to type the text in your language then copy and paste the text into your program (mail for example). It doesn't actually add the keyboard to your system.
     

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