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User profile for user: Tom Gewecke Tom Gewecke. May 16, AM in response to The0legend In response to The0legend I've recently bought a russian apple keyboard, which has dual characters on each key cyrillic and latin. Is that really made by Apple? I've never heard of them making such a thing with dual characters.
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Whether Apple provides one that does that I am not sure, since I cannot see your keyboard. Is that what you are getting? Which box is checked in your system prefs?
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Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post. User profile for user: niasilil niasilil. It will have comma, question mark, and period in the same place where they were years ago in the times of typewriters.
I am not sure if such links are allowed here. May 17, AM in response to niasilil In response to niasilil You can just add a file russianwin. Have you actually gotten that to work? In my experience, only. It looks like you're an American student, so I went ahead and made a Russian keyboard layout with accents, based on the Russian Phonetic keyboard.
You can install it as follows: 1. Download the "Russian - Phonetic Accents.
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The name of the downloaded file should be "Russian - Phonetic Accents. In Finder, open a new window. Click on the Go menu and select "Go to Folder…". Drag the "Russian - Phonetic Accents. Quit System Preferences if it's running. Open System Preferences. Click on the "Input Sources" tab. You should see a list of keyboard layouts; one of them should be "Russian - Phonetic Accents". Enable it by clicking the checkbox next to it. There should be a little flag in the menu bar at the top of the screen, if there wasn't already.
Click on it and select "Russian - Phonetic Accents".
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To type an accented vowel, type option-' that's option-apostrophe and then the vowel, e. The layout is the same as Russian Phonetic otherwise. I whipped up my own version of the non-phonetic keyboard, installed it following your instructions, and it's working perfectly; thank you so much! Can I drive my car if the engine has Hydraulic