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I don't know whether you ever got the above method to work, but it never did the trick for me. However, I seem to have found a way that works without resorting to a 3rd party app. I was pulling my hair out about this because I wanted to have a '.' as the time separator, and even when using the defaults command like so: defaults write ...
This is the new behaviour in Yosemite and it can't easily be changed. The menu bar format now doesn't read your custom format and instead displays a barely customizable format instead. The only available options for it can be found in System Preferences -> Date & Time -> Clock. One thing you could do is use a third party utility like Day-O, which is ...
There is a specific Pref Pane for the menu bar Clock settings, separate to the Dates pref, which is for how dates are shown in Finder. System Prefs > Date & Time > Clock You can also access it directly by clicking the menu bar Clock, or typing "date" into Prefs search
I don't think this is possible, but you might have a look at the Karabiner app, which I've heard has ways of distinguishing hardware keyboards. Manual switching is in any case very fast using the Command plus space shortcut.
The set of available columns appears to be fixed, and there is no language column. But the way to change the set of displayed columns is by contextual menu (right-click) on the column headers. (At least in 12.1—Apple seems to take pleasure in making sure we can't ever get accustomed to any particular UI for iTunes.) There is a "category" column which I ...
I have a HP laptop from the UK, after trying several combinations I finally found that alt gr + shift + | (pipe) worked. No idea why it won't work normally in Linux!
You can do it with karabiner. I have changed my kana key to simple Chinese input method. Here is the website: https://pqrs.org/osx/karabiner
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