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I am thinking of buying a macbook here in the US. My problem is that I do a lot of work in Swedish and their alphabet contains three extra letters.
I wonder if it is possible to assign these letters to keys of my choice; maybe via a ctrl + something or fn + something. I prefer not to use a separate keyboard or change keyboard layout. The latter causes a lot of confusion.

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You can set custom key bindings in your System Preferences under "Keyboard and Mouse".

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