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In Settings → General → Language & Region → Preferred Language Order, you have to select English (U.K.) and remove others. In Settings → General → Keyboard → Keyboards you can select the keyboards languages you want. There is a keyboard called English (UK).


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You need to set your device language to English (U.K.), not just the keyboard. To do this: Open Settings Tap "General" Tap "Language & Region" Tap "iPhone Language" Select "English (U.K.)" Your iPhone should reboot and your dictionary should be set to British English. If it doesn't, you may need to reset your dictionary by: Open Settings Tap ...


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Sorry but what you want is not possible. You could try adding the XCode keybindings that do this "^\UF702" = "moveSubWordBackward:"; /* Ctl-Left Arrow */ "^$\UF702" = "moveSubWordBackwardAndModifySelection:"; /* Ctl-Shift-Left Arrow */ "^\UF703" = "moveSubWordForward:"; /* Ctl-Right Arrow */ "^$\UF703" = ...


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I don't know what your set shortcut is, let's say it's control + space. Simply hold down control, press space but don't release control. The overlay will be shown. Also, there's no need for three input sources. I have two input sources and it works.


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In the Keyboard system preferences panel, select the Shortcuts tab then the Input Sources entry on the left. Enable the "Select the previous input source" checkbox and assign it to the keyboard shortcut you wish. The input source switcher window ONLY works with this shortcut. It will not show if you use the "Select next source in Input menu" shortcut. ...


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Do you have any exclamation points in triangles indicating the key is also mapped to a different function? From what you’ve described as your settings, it should be working…


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There is no way of navigate that way. You can only use the following shortcuts to navigate through finder:


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You can use Automator.app to create a service for this. Open new Automator document as a service, choose on top, that You won't have an input of any type. Then add a block Run AppleScript, enter this code: on run {input, parameters} tell application "System Events" keystroke tab keystroke tab keystroke (ASCII character 31) --down ...



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