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I have a MacBook Air M1 2020 on Monterrey 12.4.

I've just bought the Logitech ERGO K860, which has an ISO layout.

I had a problem that was recognized as ANSI, but I could solve that.

I could set it with the layout I wanted (Latin America), but I am having the problem that the shown layout at the configuration does not match with the expected when using the keyboard.

Particularly, the keys <, > and |, ° are swapped.

The first one works when pressing the key next to 1 (ie, the first key of the number rows) and the other with the one between the Z and the left Shift. This should be the other way around.

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  • You didn't solve the ISO problem. The problem you describe is exactly what happens when the machine thinks the keyboard is ANSI instead of the correct ISO. Commented Jun 26, 2022 at 22:53
  • I believe that problem is solved for 2 reasons: 1) in the keyboard setting I can "see" that it recognize it as an iso, showing me what that extra key does. 1') Here's the root of the problem. It shows one thing for both letters I mentioned, but they act swapped 2) When it was ANSI, they both did exactly the same, now not. And the keyboard setting showed a "big" left shift and a "small" enter key. Commented Jun 27, 2022 at 6:39
  • Interesting, thanks. Perhaps Logitech support has an idea? Or you could make a custom layout with Ukelele to switch the keys. Commented Jun 27, 2022 at 9:33

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I had exactly the same problems a short time ago with a German ISO keyboard. The solution was to try out several keyboard language variants: Spanish / Latin American etc.

If nothing helps you can install Karabiner

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  • Thanks! I tried it, but when I type each key to switch them, both point to the same one, like there were the same. But they are not since they provide different outputs. :( Commented Jun 27, 2022 at 6:38

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