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i have a UK-Thai-USA keyboard, question , can i change to the Thai option and merrily type away, using the English, letters, i cannot read Thai, dont want to send someone a load of mumbo jumbo in thai,  thankyou.

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The language is set in the PC, the keyboard will react accordingly. It won't type Thai characters if your PC is set to English. No, it won't translate for you either.

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yes i realise i will change to the thai language, i know it wont translate, but ะ้ฟืาันี for the reply , that should be THANKYOU lol

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20 minutes ago, mercman24 said:

ะ้ฟืาันี

Those are Thai characters/letters  but total gibberish  if you want something typed in Thai but you yourself can't read Thai  then I suggest you get a Thai person to type for you  or get them to read/ proofread it before you send it to the intended recipient.

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1 hour ago, mercman24 said:

ะ้ฟืาันี for the reply , that should be THANKYOU

Should but is not :biggrin:

I am afraid you have a completely impossible idea of "transcription"?

Typing "F" and get a Thai equivalent? No.

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The @ moves to higher case of the number 2 and that’s a nuisance too!


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I Put what you typed into English translate language on google....... ะ้ฟืาันี =  Phoebus

 

you could type in English and use a web translator into Thai  [maybe the other party would understand some of it]

 

eg:

thank you in Thai = 

ขอขอบคุณ     or so the translator says 

 

 

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