How can I write the Turkish letters on my English keyboard?

Discussion in 'Türkçe (Turkish)' started by Pitt, Jan 6, 2008.

  1. Pitt Senior Member

    Germany
    German
    Hi,

    I'd like to know if can I write the turkish letters ğ, ş, ç, ı on my english keyboard with the combinatıon: ALT + number

    Thanks!
     
  2. dudasd

    dudasd Senior Member

    Serbia
    Serbo-Croatian
    You can make shortcuts yourself. Open a Word document. Choose "Insert", "Symbol" and then any of the fonts that have international set of characters (like Times New Roman, Verdana, Tahoma etc.). Choose the letter you want to create a shortcut for. Click "Shortcut Key" (down left). In the "Press new shortcut key" field type the combination you want, but before you confirm it, check if it's assigned to some other function. (It will inform you if the combination is "assigned" or "unassigned".) You can use ALT+something, but those functions are already assigned mostly, so I prefer CTRL+something (for example, my ç is CTRL+,+c – easy to remember because it's like adding a small comma under "c" letter).

    Hope I helped.
     
  3. Binapesi

    Binapesi Junior Member

    İstanbul
    Türkçe
    Press "Alt" button and write any of those numbers for any letter keeping pressed on "Alt" ..
    Are you planning to memorize them :)

    Â - 0194
    â - 0226

    Ç - 0199
    ç - 0231

    Ğ - 0208
    ğ - 0240

    İ - 0221
    ı -

    Î - 0206
    î - 0238

    Ö - 0214
    ö - 0246

    Ş - 0222
    ş - 0254

    Ü - 0220
    ü - 0252

    I couldn't find the lowercase i - dotless, sorry.
    And this site might come in handy. You write the Turkish text with non-Turkish alphabet letters and it deasciifies them.
    Very good word it does, I tried :)
    Hope it helps ..
     
  4. Pitt Senior Member

    Germany
    German
    On my german keyboard the combination ALT + number only does work with the letter ç, but not with the other letters.
    In any case it does work with the turkish keyboard.

    Many thanks for your help! :)
     
  5. ta®antino Junior Member

    istanbul
    turkish, english
    or you can copy and paste, if you dont want to do that alt bla bla stuff, just copy and paste the letters above to a word pad etc. and then copy paste the letters whenever you gonna need them
     
  6. avok

    avok Senior Member

  7. Nilcan New Member

    turkish
    you can use this website for the texts in Turkish,
    well, it helped me a lot when i had to work with a different keyboard, stupid mistakes may occur yet still it is quite useful
    PS: I am not allowed to post the URL but you can search the website as "Turkish text deasciifier"
     
  8. huso Junior Member

    french
    You can write âşçğüıöûî ÂŞÇĞÜİÖÛÎ Turkish letters by using the 'Alt Gr' key without changing keyboard with the free program offered by http://www.turkish-keyboard.com

    This program is just an extension of keyboard, it doesn't affect the other keys.
     
    Last edited: May 2, 2011
  9. Singasong12 New Member

    English
    The i with no dot alt code is Alt+213 :) Enjoy.
     
  10. dawar

    dawar Senior Member

    french(France); turkish(Turkey)
    http://www.lexilogos.com/clavier/turkce.htm

    Here you can write faster your text by adding a = after the letter you want. For example for ö you type o= and for ğ you type g=.
    It is quiet fast once you are used to it.
     
  11. GNK Junior Member

    Germany
    Deutsch

    Bei mir (german keyboard) hat funktioniert:

    Â Alt [gedrückt] 0194 [Zahlenblock]
    â Alt [gedrückt] 0226 [Zahlenblock]

    Î Alt [gedrückt] 0206 [Zahlenblock]
    î Alt [gedrückt] 0238 [Zahlenblock]

    Ç Alt [gedrückt] 0199 [Zahlenblock]
    ç Alt [gedrückt] 0231 [Zahlenblock]

    Ş Alt [gedrückt] 0350 [Zahlenblock]
    ş Alt [gedrückt] 0351 [Zahlenblock]

    yumusak g:
    Ğ Alt [gedrückt] 0286 [Zahlenblock]
    ğ Alt [gedrückt] 0287 [Zahlenblock]


    İ / i (mit Punkt):
    İ Alt [gedrückt] 0304 [Zahlenblock]
    i Normales kleines i

    I ı (ohne Punkt):
    I Normales großes I
    ı Alt [gedrückt] 0305 [Zahlenblock]
    ı Alt [gedrückt] 213 [Zahlenblock (nicht 0213)]

    I hope it helps
     
  12. snoopymanatee

    snoopymanatee Senior Member

    Türkiye/Turkiye
    Türkçe/Turkish
  13. salichomg New Member

    Bulgarian
    If you're looking for a temporary solution you can use this one turkceyaz.com
    Write the letters w/o using the special Turkish characters and this site will add the special characters for you for example

    If you write it like "Kis masali" this site will make it "Kış Masalı"
     
  14. murattug Senior Member

    Turkish
    letter  ı = Alt+141
     

Share This Page