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Default Mini 10v keyboard layout (with download) - 04-01-2010, 06:53 PM

I've put together a keyboard layout for the Mini 10v. I used the Ukelele app, and everything seemed to work on my UK model.

Put it in /Library/Keyboard Layouts (unzip it first), then go into the Language and Text prefpane and enable it under Input Sources.

Have fun!
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Thumbs up 04-01-2010, 08:58 PM

Works like a dream. Thank you very much squire
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Smile Fantastic, except for €uro's - 04-01-2010, 10:47 PM

Which seems to have migrated to alt+2. And alt+n has the same result as shift #.
Also, there is no sign of the characters that are produced on the American keyboard by alt+a ¯ and alt+n ˜.
Minor quibbles for a second release. Keep up the good work!
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Default 04-01-2010, 11:55 PM

i created one of these the other day in order to change the little flag in menu bar. i also shifted a few buttons around. ukelele is a pretty nifty program.

mini 10v | osx 10.6.8 on 106gb | win8 dev preview on 106gb | ubuntu 11.10 alpha on 106gb | nbi 0.8.4(modified) | 320gb | 2 gigs ram
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Default 09-14-2011, 09:36 AM

This is the thickest post I've ever made in my life and I realise this thread is a little old but ...

I'm using a mini 10v, am new to Mac (from Win background) and would like to get the keys mapped on a UK keyboard so they're reasonably intuitive.

I downloaded this and followed instructions but I'm not sure where to go from there...

Specifically my problems are:
1) the bottom row of keys (minus cursor)
2) the @ and " swap

Sorry, I'm more used to handing out advice but so new to mac that I'm a bit lost.
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