At first I thought I have to define three languages, because Unikey automatically made Windows switch to Vietnamese when I type, the default keyboard switching shortcut also conflict with Unikey’s (Ctrl + Shift); so every time I want to switch between QWERTY and DVORAK, I have to check whether I had accidentally turned Unikey off, and I have to press the language switching shortcut two times to switch between the two most used language (English and Korean). Believe me, that’s a lot of hassle right there.
So, after a lot of fiddling, I figured out I could just have it like this
(To add Dvorak to Korean, select “show more…”)
This way, I just need to switch between korean mode and English mode by pressing Ctrl + Shift (Microsoft IME still uses the QWERTY layout, which I don’t want to use, so I left it in 영어 mode). Conveniently, when I switch to Korean, Unikey is also turned off so I won’t accidentally put accent on Korean characters.
So, to summary:
- To Type English, I can just type in Dvorak
- I can also type Vietnamese, since VNI typing does fit really nice with English
- Press Ctrl + Shift to switch to Korean, which also turns Vietnamese off