I finished figuring out what I’ll need for components, and I’ve written the JSON generator software, so I’ll soon start posting JSON arrays of the various ASENTIOP layouts for each language. This won’t make much of a difference on a basic level – all of the basic keys and chords will work the same, but it will mean that stenography maps will be available that are specific to each language (as opposed to English and the hodgepodge of other stenography codes that I’ve assembled). It will also produce a slight improvement in the autocorrect process, and of course it means more languages will be available. I’ll be putting together a separate section of the website that will document all of the steno codes for each language, which will be online sometime in the next few weeks, I hope.
Don’t forget that there’s a Chrome Extension of ASETNIOP available. It’s nice and unobtrusive, so feel free to give it a try and push it out of the way when you don’t need/want to use it.