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I am creating a conlang that uses all ASCII characters plus č, ç, è, ǩ, ò, š, and ž. Is there any natively supported Mac OS X 10.15.3 keyboard that contains these special characters?

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  • Apple does have a list of keyboard layouts available. Apart from checking those that are relevant by eye I don’t have another suggestion. – Solar Mike Apr 17 at 5:53
  • Try in Spotlight, Pages, TextEdit: type a character, eg. c, keep pressed and a small popup appear with accented chars, and below them there is a digit, make a choice and press the corresponding digit and that letter will be inserted into your text. Only the k letter has no popup. Works with international keyboard, US English. – Yoan Apr 17 at 6:47
  • If there is not one you can use Karabinier to provide a mapping that does – mmmmmm Apr 17 at 7:25
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ABC Extended can make all those and more I think.

https://sites.psu.edu/symbolcodes/mac/codemacext/

but it's easy to make a custom layout with whatever you want using

https://software.sil.org/ukelele/

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  • ABC Extended doesn't contain ç. – Galactic Apr 18 at 3:43
  • @Galactic. Do you not get that when you type Option c, then c? ç – Tom Gewecke Apr 18 at 12:35

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