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Original Languages Keyboards for Windows

  • Format:Digital

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What are Ancient Language Keyboards?

Ancient Language Keyboards allow us to type in different languages, like Greek or Hebrew, by mapping the ancient language characters to our physical keyboard. This has the significant advantage of allowing you to install and learn one keyboard and use it not only in Logos but also in any other Unicode-aware application (including Microsoft Word or the Google search bar).

Note: Original languages keyboards are provided as-is, without warranty or support. For troubleshooting help, you can ask other Logos users in the forums. Additional information is also available at the Hebrew and Greek Input Options support page.

Installation Instructions

Step 1: Extract the Installer
  • After you order this product, the download links will appear at the bottom of the page. Click the link to download, and open the self-extracting file.

Example:

  • Click the "Browse..." button and select your Desktop.
  • Choose "Unzip" to extract the installer.
  • A folder will appear on the desktop. You can now close the extractor.
Step 2: Installing the extracted Keyboard
  • Open the folder that was extracted to your Desktop.
  • It should contain a folder and the PDF Manual for the selected keyboard.
  • Open the folder (example: kbdlbgr").
  • Right-click the "Setup" file and choose "Run as administrator" to install.
    Windows XP: just double-click the "Setup" file.

You will need to repeat this process for each desired keyboard.

Note: Original language keyboards are unsupported tools.

Reviews

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  1. drawingluv

    drawingluv

    12/28/2020

    55555
    thank you
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  2. albert cox

    albert cox

    9/8/2020

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  3. Ariel Isaac Alvarenga de Góes
  4. William Keith Sharp
  5. Thomas

    Thomas

    11/20/2019

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  6. Ryan

    Ryan

    10/5/2019

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  7. Manuel Fernández Martín
  8. Ken

    Ken

    6/15/2019

    55555
    Just what I needed and it works with Windows 10. Thank you!
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  9. Chris Wilder

    Chris Wilder

    5/3/2019

    I can't figure out how to find Hebrew fonts on word specifically SBL Hebrew. I can switch between English and Hebrew
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  10. Erbey Valdez

    Erbey Valdez

    4/26/2019

    55555
    Great system and font software!
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  11. Lisa Evanson

    Lisa Evanson

    1/22/2019

    Just installed this, and I can't figure out how to get in to appear in the Windows 10 taskbar. It appears in the list in settings, but doesn't appear in the task bar. Nor can I Windows key+Space Bar and switch to it.
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  13. Novan

    Novan

    1/4/2019

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  14. Gregg Watson

    Gregg Watson

    12/6/2018

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    I have installed the Hebrew, Greek, and transliteration keyboards on 2 Windows 10 desktops, and it is truly amazing how well they all work. Everything is great. BUT, on my Dell 2-in-1 (Windows 10) I cannot get the language taskbar to appear, or the system to acknowledge that I have installed the keyboards until I try to reinstall them, at which point it tells me it is already installed. Any Help to be had here?
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  15. Denise Dorminy

    Denise Dorminy

    11/21/2018

    I'm having the same problem as Mark... does this actually work on Mac?
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  16. Mark Bordeaux

    Mark Bordeaux

    11/7/2018

    Downloaded Greek keyboard for use in a search (Trying to learn how to do a search in Greek) and when I attempted to open it with my Mac I received this message: "You can’t open the application “LogosBiblicalGreekKeyboard.exe” because Microsoft Windows applications are not supported on macOS." Obviously, I'm missing something. I've tried the "g:" to type a greek word in order to search, but that does not change my type to Greek.
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  17. Billy Hughes

    Billy Hughes

    9/20/2018

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  18. Eugene Oleson
  19. Michael Farrar
  20. Laurie J. Braaten
    I followed the directions, clicked unzip for three keyboards, no folders appeared on my desktop. I am running windows 10, attempted to install the Hebrew, Greek, and Transliteration Keyboards.
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  21. Alexander C. Stewart
    Is this keyboard worth the effort compared to the other free keyboard Logos made called "Shibboleth"? https://www.logos.com/shibboleth I've used Shibboleth for a few years and found it really easy to do Greek, Hebrew, or transliteration letters (among other options)! It's all visually there for you, so you don't have to memorize any keyboard layouts to do your work. What do people think?
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  22. 15n.andien@gmail.com
    good
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  23. Victor C. Moreira
  24. Michelle Antico
    I wish the touchpad keyboard had all the vowels and text marks available. This keyboard is hard to use because I cannot find or add those critical textual assets while using the touch screen keyboard. I cannot add those textual assets with my regular keyboard either unless I have the manual at hand. Very frustrating. There was a keyboard I had that offered all the textual marks and vowels on the touch screen keyboard, but I was deleted when I updated the keyboard!
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  25. Edvaldo Beranger
  26. Donn Woolweber

    Donn Woolweber

    11/27/2017

    Where are the instructions to download the keyboards for MAC?
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  27. B. David Orr

    B. David Orr

    11/13/2017

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  28. Paul Oduor

    Paul Oduor

    10/19/2017

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  29. Song Wenxuan

    Song Wenxuan

    10/17/2017

    55555
    Very handy tools!
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  30. Charles

    Charles

    9/28/2017

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  31. sajid imdad

    sajid imdad

    9/7/2017

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  32. Samuel Holmes

    Samuel Holmes

    8/21/2017

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  33. Jim Brooks

    Jim Brooks

    7/21/2017

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    handy
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  34. Jordyn Graves

    Jordyn Graves

    7/14/2017

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  35. John M. Wise

    John M. Wise

    7/3/2017

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  36. Bryan Green

    Bryan Green

    5/3/2017

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    No way to download on Mac. Any help?
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  39. Yoseph Seo

    Yoseph Seo

    3/25/2017

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  40. Dom

    Dom

    1/31/2017

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  41. Shaun Grunblatt

    Shaun Grunblatt

    12/28/2016

    says it runs on windows and Mac, but my Mac says no. Is there a Mac workaround?
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  42. Robert Guinn

    Robert Guinn

    12/27/2016

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  43. Megan Herdrich

    Megan Herdrich

    11/25/2016

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  44. John Hale

    John Hale

    9/6/2016

    The compound sheva markings seem to conflict with something in Word. When I type Alt-A, which I understood to be the key macro for cateph-patach, I get a pop-up saying 'Office access key: ...' Same with the other compound shevas.
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  45. Pedro Ivo

    Pedro Ivo

    8/26/2016

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  46. Jacob PetrusMalan
    I cannot open the unzip files
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  47. Almaris Gagsidi
  48. Jerry Thompson
    I can't find how to produce an "iota subscript" with the Logos Greek keyboard. Can you help? Otherwise, I really enjoy using it.
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  49. Christopher. Stewart
  50. Mark Smith

    Mark Smith

    3/31/2016

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  51. Elton Bravo

    Elton Bravo

    2/18/2016

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  52. a fitkin

    a fitkin

    2/13/2016

    pretty neat!
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  53. Julio C. Ascarrunz Martínez
  54. Veli Voipio

    Veli Voipio

    1/26/2016

    33333
    I installed the Syriac and Coptic keyboards, and many of the Coptic letters are not visible on the touch keyboard. I have Windows 8.1. (For the Greek and Hebrew I am using modern keyboards provided by the Windows system)
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