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by Matt Sephton
The standard British key layout makes a UK-issue Apple keyboard work as it should do, but for some of us who have typed on non-Apple keyboards our whole lives - or for those Mac owners who are using a third-party keyboard - the Apple standard layout doesn't feel quite right. For example, Shift+2 gives you @, whereas on more standard keyboards it gives you ".
This file will map the " @ # ~ \ | £ ` keys to be where you would expect them to be on a UK keyboard. Users of IBM, Dell, Windows or other PC keyboards will feel right at home.
zip file (3kb) 26 April 2007
Copy UK.keylayout over existing version, log out, then log back in again.
26 April: Changed Option+3 -> #, Option+§ -> ` (grave or back-tick)
2007 06 March: Added Option+3 -> ` (grave or back-tick)
18 February: Added Shift+3 -> £ (pound sterling)
17 February: Initial, private release
Thanks to Word Herd for technical information and John Whyte for spotting the missing ` key.