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MacBook Pro - Mapping a custom keyboard layout to a wireless keyboard


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I have a macbook pro, and I just bought a Logitech EX110 wireless keyboard to use with it for when I'm at my desk. The Logitech keyboard is obviously a different layout than my laptop keyboard, so it would be nice to customize a few keys on it. Is there anyway to customize the keyboard layout JUST of the wireless keyboard without affecting my laptop's keyboard
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