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A programming language, rather than a human language.

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Start up Pages on its own and create a new blank document and then go to the Edit menu and see if it is correct, with Spelling and Grammar. If so, try going to Pages > File > Open and see if your Fre …
answered Aug 27 '16 by Tom Gewecke
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the keyboard layout, b) changing the system language, or c) setting system preferences/keyboard/text/spelling to the other language. …
asked Oct 22 '17 by Tom Gewecke
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You should be able to switch tabs via the alternative shortcuts ⌃ control+tab and ⌃ control+⇧+tab.
answered Feb 16 by Tom Gewecke
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Cmd isn’t mormally used for making characters in macos -- instead it is employed for menu shortcuts and other purposes. You can use caps lock to switch to the US keyboard for character input if you se …
answered May 13 '18 by Tom Gewecke
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Have you tried Canadian English? I think it uses -our and -ize.
answered Aug 11 '11 by Tom Gewecke
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Settings > general > language and region. Use Edit button to move Lithuanian to the top of the Preferred Languages list. If not there, use the add language button at bottom. …
answered May 1 '17 by Tom Gewecke
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A source for Unicode Paleo Hebrew and related fonts is at http://culmus.sourceforge.net/ancient/index.html Input for most can be via Character Viewer or the OS X Hebrew keyboard layout or a Phoenici …
answered Dec 13 '13 by Tom Gewecke
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Go to System Preferences/Keyboard/Input Sources and activate the Hebrew PC keyboard provided by Apple and use that (instead of Hebrew or Hebrew Qwerty). Or in system preferences/keyboard/input source …
answered Aug 9 '17 by Tom Gewecke
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You can choose the layout you want for Japanese inside the preferences for that keyboard.
answered Dec 14 '17 by Tom Gewecke
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Language to Hebrew. I tried that and saved as a bundle and it did the trick: The layout appears under Hebrew instead of Others and periods go in the right place. …
answered Sep 5 '15 by Tom Gewecke
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Use Ukelele to make a custom keyboard layout which has US as the name but uses the key mapping for Danish. Hopefully OneNote will switch to English proofing when you use this. httpL//scripts.sil.org …
answered Apr 4 '14 by Tom Gewecke
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language in such apps. You are at the mercy of whatever algorithm Apple is using to implement its concept of "automatic by language", which I think few users find very useful. …
answered Sep 4 '14 by Tom Gewecke
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Try setting your spellcheck language to Canadian English. An alternative would be to see if you can find a 3rd party dictionary that does what you want from sources like this. …
answered Jun 3 '17 by Tom Gewecke
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Karabiner can be set up to activate a different keyboard layout only for an external keyboard. See Different key-maps/bindings for in-built keyboard and Bluetooth keyboard
answered Aug 7 '16 by Tom Gewecke
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One way to maximize the ease of changing the spellcheck language is to use an app which allows you to synchronize the keyboard layout and the spellcheck dictionary. I think both Nisus Writer and Mellel have this feature. …
answered Aug 7 '16 by Tom Gewecke

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