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US Intl w/dead keys on the Mac


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Hello.

I am new in the mac world and I can tell you that it rocks! (I've should've switched long ago).

There is only one thing (really) that I miss. On my Windows PC I used to have the keyboard set to US Intl w/dead keys. This keyboard allowed me, for example, to press 'o and obtain a , or a ~n and get a , and many other combinations like that.

Of course that I can print accents on the mac, however, I am not getting used to the option e + e for the or option n + n for the , etc.

Is there a way where I can have the same windows keyboard layout on my shiny mac?

(and hopefully not requiring advanced programming!)

Thank you all!

Alejandro
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