At 21:55 +0100 2005-09-01, Andrew Dunbar wrote:

>Actually, Arabic keyboards are no more expensive at all. Perhaps in
>a country where there is a low demand and they need to be imported

Like Liberia?

Suzanne has already noted that in Liberia, knowledge of Arabic is
pretty much related to the Qur'an, which makes it unlikely that Vais
will be comfortable with Arabic-language Windows interface. I could
be wrong, but I am sure the Arabic used in that interface isn't

>Calling a standard keyboard "QWERTY" isn't really helpful since it's
>only the keycaps which change, the most minor element of the

I say "QWERTY-based" and refer to the engraved keycaps.
Michael Everson *