As I wrote some times, it's recomenend to use native keyboard layout instead of PKL. Download and install the Colemak's layout.
PKL with all its cool features is just way better than native Windows layouts - especially while I'm still learning Colemak. And, of course, there is the issue of working on someone else's computers...
If it is not possible to use native layout (for example at school) use PKL with Colemak AND Russial layouts!
Thanks for you advice! Are there some ready-made standard layouts in .ini format or do I have to make my own Russian layout? I've seen someone in this thread who had the same problem and said that he will make the layouts.
Perhaps I could suggest a feature? I expect my current situation to be quite standard for multi-language users. Perhaps it would be possible to tell PKL that some of its layouts should be active only while a certain system language is active? It would be some kind of flag in the .ini that says "use Colemak layout only while English-US language is active"?