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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 ...


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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 ...


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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


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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.


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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 ...


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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!


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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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