This is my very first experience with Apple products. For the last 20+ years, I have been using the Russian Typewriter keyboard layout that is available out-of-the-box in all Windows and GNU/Linux distributions.
(This layout is much more convenient than other Russian layouts, as the digits are typed via Shift, while , and . are available when you press 6 and 7 without Shift. In many other Russian layouts, the comma and the dot are under the right pinky, and sometimes even on the same button, so that you need to use Shift to type a comma.)
I have tried to find the Russian Typewriter keyboard layout in System Preferences > Keyboard > Input Sources. In the list of available Russian layouts, there are only three options:
- Russian - PC
- Russian - Phonetic
Is that possible to find the Russian Typewriter keyboard layout in the settings? Or my only option is to utilise an external application, such as Ukelele?