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As far as I know, Yosemite Romaji IM's failure to honor option and shift dead keys is a bug that Apple will have to fix via an OS update. It has been reported elsewhere (e.g. https://discussions.apple.com/message/26864874#26864874 ). It would be good to use Apple's feedback channel to encourage quick action on this. The behavior described for the US ...
This helped me find the solution for OS X 10.6/Snow Leopard, which is a little different. The Input Sources tab is under System Preferences->Language & Text, instead of Keyboard. I had Unicode Hex Input installed and enabled; unchecking it fixed the Option-Arrow problem, and re-checking it again doesn't seem to bring the problem back! Very strange. I'll ...
defaults write com.apple.loginwindow PowerButtonSleepsSystem -bool no Is working for me on 10.9.5, and gives behavior very close to how the power button used to work for me on 10.6. Though there is a bit more of a delay, it's definitely not infuriating anymore. ...
The nearest thing available is the "Three finger drag" option in System prefs -- under trackpad you'll find the option to use it: This lets you drag by hold three fingers on the trackpad and dragging..
Pressandhold.app should be in exactly the same place in Yosemite that it was in Mavericks. I just checked on both my Macs that I upgraded to Yosemite. /System/Library/Input Methods/PressAndHold.app exists exactly where it should. And to try to confirm whether this is a holdover from Mavericks (since both my Macs were upgraded from Mavericks to Yosemite) I ...
When the autocorrect suggestion is showing, you need to press the DOWN key, then you can use left and right to select if there is multiple. After that hit return. No mouse/trackpad interaction required. :)
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