Keyboard layout for Saulteaux

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In the following notes, the hyphen is used to separate keystrokes.  So (k-a) is "k" followed by "a", not "k", "-", "a".
  • The "nk" final is formed by typing (n-k) (ᐣ-ᐠ), ᐃᕽ is (i-n-k). If a vowel or (w) is typed after ᕽ, the combined final is broken up, as in ᐊᐣᑲ (a-n-k-a) (ᐊᕽ-ᐊ).