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Hi,

I own a MacBook Pro, french keyboard.
Currently I have to use the shift key to use the numbers.
Is there a way to disable that?
(So that by default, pressing the numbers gives me numbers, and using shift+numbers gives me symbols?)

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In System Preferences > International > Language > Input Sources, there are two French keyboards, French and French-Numerical. When the French-Numerical keyboard is selected and enabled, pressing the "caps lock" key enables the numbers in the top row of the the azerty layout.

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