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Actually i am learning to write with the Dvorak Keyboard. In the system configuration for Language and Text i have three Dvorak options (Left, Right and Querty) but none for spanish (with 'ñ' and accents).

There are a way to configure Dvorak for spanish ?

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    If you hold a key down (like n) you should get a popup menu with accented versions (like ñ). Also the usual option deadkeys (option n, then n) should work. – Tom Gewecke Jan 3 '14 at 12:52
  • that is a very nice solution, but it means that is the only solution for the spanish keyboard? – Arnaldo Gaspar V Jan 3 '14 at 15:22
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    Perhaps if you search google you can find someone who has made a custom dvorak keyboard for Spanish. The usual way to do that is with the app Ukelele. scripts.sil.org/ukelele – Tom Gewecke Jan 3 '14 at 15:57
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If you hold a key down (like n) you should get a popup menu with accented versions (like ñ). Also the usual option deadkeys (option n, then n) should work.

An example of a custom layout someone has made for this is at

http://djelibeibi.unex.es/dvorak/

http://djelibeibi.unex.es/dvorak/ES%20Dvorak.keylayout

It is pretty easy to make your own with Ukelele:

http://scripts.sil.org/ukelele

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