• Basics
  • Web Browser
  • eMail
  • Web Editors

Here are some basic instructions to get you started. First, with your web browser in focus (assuming you are using Firefox) just hit the F2 button on your key board (assuming your using the add-on Transliterate by Alex Benenson), then just type in roman orthography, ᐃᓄᒃᑎᑐᑦ ᑕᕝᕙᓂ :)

You can email in Inuktitut if you want to, just use Thunderbird, KompoZer, Seamonkey and Sunbird. Remeber to use the Nunavut Version in the options window.

Always check for the latest updates from the Mozilla.org web site.

Any updates to the languages or program will be displayed at the site.

 

Giant leap into technology compatibility, Firefox was the first to start instantly typing Inuktitut in a web browser!

And it only gets better! If you can run Firefox, then you can instantly type in Inuktitut on any page you are visiting, means you can type in Inuktitut in your favorite social group!

Visit anypage on the internet, facebook, google plus, linked in, etc. then start typing in inuktitut and instantly, as you type, the syllabics will display :)

Enjoy your new software where ever you are on the internet.

 

You can instantly email your friends in Inuktitut! Thunderbird will allow you to use the same add-ons as Firefox.

Once you have it installed, just select it and you will be on your way to ᐃᓄᒃᑎᑐᑦ email :)

Thunderbird is an email client, and program. You will need to configure it before you can start using it. It will install into your computer.

Goto the web site to get more information.

 

KompoZer which is compatible with all major operating systems will also use the same add-ons as Firefox.

It is possible to now develop web pages instantly typing ᐃᓄᒃᑎᑐᑦ :) No need to cut'n'paste :)

Download the software, install it and start making your content all in syllabics, just by using the add-ons provided by Mozilla!

You'll need the add-on by Alex Benenson, the Transliterator 0.7.8.2

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You can use the notepads, copy and paste your syllabics in all the social networks today :)

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Play in your language! Exciting and fun way to learn Inuktitut! You can get involved with the translations as well, check out the site for more details!