I do not want to use Hindi(bolnagri) or Hindi(Wx) phonatic layouts. Is Hindi inscript or traditional layout available for ubuntu?
I believe that you can use a keyboard layout called "Indian". I am new to Hindi (started a self-study of it last month), but from looking at images on the net for InScript and comparing it to what I see for "Indian" they look the same.
To get the "Indian" keyboard layout, I went to "System Settings" then chose "Text Entry" then selected the "+" to add an "input source" and selected "Indian" from the list.
I checked that "Indian" board a bit. All the keys seem right except for the 5, 6, 7, and 8 keys are not mapped as shown in the images I found. So I do not know how you would access the characters normally accessible there.
With Indian group and Default layout variant you can type 4 different gliphs by 1 phisycal button plus 2 key modifiers right Alt and any Shift. So top-leftmost button near Esc (~) example:
just press: ॊ with Shift:ऒ with R-Alt:` with R-Alt+Shift:~
This Indian - Default layout mostly the same as InScript but with some differences. For example the button just left from backspace let you type this 4 gliphs: ृऋ ॄॠ; no more + and =. Use R-Alt and Shift key modifiers to find out all differences by your own.
I don't know the real name of this InScript clone layout.
OS: Kubuntu 18.04