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Fonts for Slavists from Sebastian Kempgen’s Kodeks site. He also supplies an Old Church Slavonic keyboard driver for the Macintosh.

Daniel Bunčić has provided keyboard drivers typing in old cyrillic based on the traditional keyboard layouts for Russian, Latin (QWERTY/QWERTZ) and Serbian, and also for typing in glagolitic (Russian layout). Installation and documentation files may be downloaded from the site at the University of Cologne:

Achim Rabus has trained several public models for automatically transcribing Cyrillic and Glagolitic sources on the platform Transkribus that can be used by anyone interested free of charge.

Sorin Paliga has created a series of keyboard layouts for the study of various languages, among these keyboard layouts for Old Cyrillic, Glagolitic and Slavic Linguistics. There are alternative keyboard layouts for Romanian, Czech, Old Italic languages and linguistic transcription. They are for macOS. For Old Church Slavonic, Gé van Gasteren created also a Windows version. These keyboard layouts may be downloaded here.

The Ponomar project offers a number of resources, mostly typographical, and increasingly Unicode-compliant.

A searchable version of Miklosich’s Lexicon Palaeoslovenico-Graeco-Latinum, provided by Monumenta Serbica.

An online version of the Prague dictionary (Slovník jazyka staroslověnského), and of its card index, provided by the Gorazd portal.