<deinx nxtxr> wrote: > Sam Stutter wrote: >> 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... > > I imagine it is better since I already know there's stuff out there for > various flavors of Unix or Linux that allow compose sequences for just > about any character. I've been doing some googling (yes, it's a verb > now), and found something called Ukelele on SIL's site. Anyone had any > experience with it? It worked nicely when I was using a Mac as my primary desktop a couple years ago. I created a Meskhetian Turkish keyboard (Russian phonetic with the addition of a couple Uzbek-only characters used by the Meskhetian Turks), and an Esperanto one.