Personally, I love my Mac for conlanging, although I'm probably not using it to its full potential. My conlang wouldn't have got off the ground without OSX's character palette with characters I didn't even know existed before (gotta love single-dot-a and Cherokee). I'm sorry, but I don't know how to create custom keyboards (if you find out, I'd love to know though) but I can tell you most of the keyboard shortcuts for letters like æ, ß and å, if that's any help... On 22 Nov 2009, at 23:35, <deinx nxtxr> <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > I'm sure this has been rehashed here over and over a few times, but > I'm looking for some quick feedback. I just reached my patience > limit for M$ products so I decided to give OSX a try and purchased a > Mac. So far I figure I have all my based covered software wise > except for my conlanging. I'm mainly curious about what's available > for creating custom keyboards and fonts. I most definitely want to > at least get my OmniRoman, OmniCyrillic and Deini keybooard layouts > ported over or at least be able to easily recreate them.