I know from experience that macOS sets the default keyboard shortcut according to the language choice (and maybe keyboard choice, not sure) at the first setup.
Now I set up my new computer to French (Swiss), which set all keyboard shortcuts according to the French AZERTY keyboard. Alas, my keyboard is Swiss-French, which makes all those shortcuts unusable.
An example: the Calendar app has shortcuts Cmd+1 to Cmd+4 to set the view on daily to yearly, respectively. On the AZERTY keyboard, those shortcut become Cmd+&, Cmd+é,Cmd+", and Cmd+', respectively, which is totally fine when using the French layout but unpracticable with mine.
I know that if I had set my computer to German/Swiss-German, those shortcuts would have been the way I wanted. I know that I can either manually correct every shortcut that bothers me or reset the system. But is there a way to correct that system-wide on an existing system?
PS: This is in essence the same question as this one, but I'm asking because, since 2017 and 3 major OS updates later, some new tool might have come up.