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I'm writing a program in microsoft C++ for win95 Hebrew/English.
I'm looking for an easy way to change the language from hebrew to english and vice versa.
The difficult way is to go to keyboard properties and change the language, Is there any other way to change it within a program code ???
I have heard that I can change a flag in some kind of DLL ?
Is it true ? - which DLL is it and how can I change this flag ????
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Question by:malka
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by:stratari
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Do you mean that you want to duplicate the Alt-Shift sequence?
or to allow english input in one line and hebrew in another?
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If I understand right, you write programm to change keyboard layout. There is way to edit the *.kbd files, which contains keyboard layout.
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