For those happy few who remember the fantastic iKeyEx substrate that meant that in (jailbroken) iOS 3.xx you could have, for example, 5-row keyboards on your iPhone with user-assignable layouts, all is not lost.
Well, all is not found either, because the latest 5-row keyboard for iOS 4.xx iPhones (not iPads) works as a Winterboard layout, and is therefore not flexible at all yet, but it's a start.
Jira Hiraku, the author, is very responsive - he's already fixed a bug I reported this morning, and has promised to add an alternate layout where shift is numbers, non-shift is punctuation - once he's finished his mid-terms!
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