ANDROID: Support more virtual keyboard language layouts
|Reported by:||LukasThyWalls||Owned by:|
|Version:||Keywords:||Language, Keyboard, Layout, Virtual Keyboard|
The built-in virtual keyboard used in the Android port doesn't have different layouts depending what language you need to write, so then it have missing some keys.
For example, it doesn't have key to write the "ñ" character or a way to put writen accent (á, é, í, ó, ú) for the Spanish language
Or the "ç" from Catalan or French.
For sure are many others.
Mainly that, as is impossible to write some words in those languages because they lack the proper keys.
But also could help have ways to change the layout to from QWERTY layout to QWERTZ or AZERTY, and then mimic more a normal layout of a PC keyboard (putting the F1-F12 in order in the numeric part of the keyboard, and bring CTRL and ALT to the main letters part, depending the solution that can be done).