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I have a Japanese keyboard Macbook running Yosemite.

The input languages (sources) are Japanese and English.

While the input language is Japanese, I want the keyboard layout to be Japanese (this is how it is by default, but I don't want to change this).

While the input language is English, I want to use a standard QWERTY layout (in other words, the ; key should be ;/: (like QWERTY), not ;/+ (like Japanese layout). How can I change the keyboard layout when I change the input language?

  • You could try using text replacements in system prefs/keyboard/text. Otherwise I think you would have to create a custom layout with Ukelele or a similar program that modifies the JIS version of the US layout to work the way you want. – Tom Gewecke Jun 8 '15 at 9:49
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Have you added the desired keyboards under System preferences -> Keyboard -> Input Sources? If yes you can change the layout of input source pressing: Cmd+Shift+Space.

  • I think you missed the point. When you have a JIS hardware keyboard, the US input source puts things on different keys then when you have a US or European hardware keyboard. That is what he wants to fix. – Tom Gewecke Jun 8 '15 at 9:45
  • Yes, what @TomGewecke said is what I am trying to fix. – Patrick Kenny Jun 8 '15 at 14:48

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