?איך להוסיף ניקוד בטקסט


March 25, 2019


It depends on the platform. On Android (Gboard) you can hold the corresponding key and then choose from the menu, and on Linux and Windows(8+) you can get it by holding the [Right-Alt] key. The key corresponding for a sign is typically (but not always) the first letter of its name. For instance, to get קָמָץ on Linux, after typing a Hebrew letter, you can hold [Right-Alt] and then click on [ק], and if you want צֵירֵי you need to click on [צ] while [Right-Alt] is held. The layout is a bit different on each platform.

March 26, 2019

How do you do it on a mobile device? I didn't quite understand

March 28, 2019

תוֹדָה רַבָה. עַכְשָיו אַנִי יַכוֹל לִכתּוֹב עִם הנִיקּוּדִּים. זֶה קְצָת קָשֶׁה אֶלַיי בְּרִשׁוֹנָה.

March 28, 2019


April 19, 2019

זה קצת קשה בפעם הראשונה, rather.

April 24, 2019

Great question, Jacob! I have an iPhone. By holding any letter key, I can choose options for the appropriate consonant dot, dagesh, or geresh. But besides a qamets or patach with aleph- אַ,אָ- I don’t see a way to add segol, tsere, or any other vowel nikud. I’d sure like to know, if anyone else has figured it out.

April 4, 2019
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