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If others got here searching for how to disable all input sources except a custom keyboard layout, you can edit the com.apple.HIToolbox plist: Change the current input source to your custom keyboard layout. Open ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.HIToolbox.plist (in 10.9) or ~/Library/Preferences/ByHost/com.apple.HIToolbox.*.plist (in 10.8 and earlier). You ...
In 10.9 the text replacements are also stored in ~/Library/Dictionaries/CoreDataUbiquitySupport/$USER~*/UserDictionary/local/store/UserDictionary.db. UserDictionary.db is used even if iCloud is disabled and it has precedence over .GlobalPreferences.plist. If you for example run defaults write -g NSUserDictionaryReplacementItems ...
It's gone. Use this extension to work around it: http://ozymandias.me/2013/05/08/force-autocomplete-on-in-safari/
I'm guessing it has been removed from Safari. According to this knowledge base article (under "Safari isn't automatically filling in account names and passwords on some web sites.") The checkbox should be in Preferences > Passwords. I don't see it there on my computer which has the exact same Safari Version with no Private Browsing.
Turns out that the format I used for the AppleEnabledInputSources entry was bad because it considers everything as type string, but KeyboardLayout ID must be of type integer! So the correct way of doing this would be via XML: defaults write com.apple.HIToolbox AppleEnabledInputSources -array-add ...
Open preferences and check the box marked "Load preferences from a customer folder or URL"" You can browse to your Dropbox folder and the click "Save Settings to Folder"
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