Now this is handy.

The geniuses at Yorubaname.com have come up with a nifty little language tweak for Mac and Windows users. Users can now include tone marks and subdots in their names and sentences by installing a Yoruba keyboard language pack.

There are other solutions out there, especially on Windows, that make writing in yorùbá (see that?) a possibility but the team claim their language pack offers both layouts with very similar key combinations for consistency.

If you remember, this is the same team that brought us Twitter in yoruba. Or at least were partly responsible. Seems they have no intention of slowing down.

Head over to the website to download the installation pack.

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