Mac os x backslash key
So it's pretty much the best solution i found, as it makes it manageable by doing it as windows normally do, but it's sorta off from the normal mac way. On a side note i have my Cmd button mapped with Ctrl and made some changes so it functions almost like Cmd button in OS X.
Writing code using a non-american Mac keyboard
For a long-term answer we'd want a single keypress, but I'm just not sure how to get your layers of software to align. In my case Ubuntu Ubuntu Community Ask! Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Ask Question. Jorge Castro SoftTimur SoftTimur 1, 8 8 gold badges 29 29 silver badges 44 44 bronze badges.
[macos] Problem with backslashes on macOS/JIS keyboard: Java ignores system settings
I'm setting on a macBook pro - same keyboard pretty much! Mstendorf Mstendorf 1 1 silver badge 9 9 bronze badges.
This was not enough for me in Ubuntu After that, the keyboard combinations in your answer worked for me. I am using the brand new 4. I could not find another solution then to copy somewhere in windows a backslash und copying it. That solution is really anoying.
Where's the backslash? (macOS forum at Coderanch)
I will be really happy if someone could help me! Kind regards Bernd. Last edited: Nov 15, BerndLa , Nov 15, In Windows 98, MS-DOS and probably XP also one could hold left alt key, type 92 on the numeric keypad and then release the alt key Assuming num lock is active and you have a numeric keypad! This can be useful when unsure about the key mappings.
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White fox , Nov 15, Messages: 2. I started with the UK layout, and then modified the relevant keys. This little app is the business, does exactly what it says on the tin :o [ Reply to This ].
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