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Ukulele and Keyboard Layout/Types

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I have two problems :)


First, if I create a keyboard layout using Ukulele, System Preferences won't let me select that one as the default one. I have to select one of OS X default layouts AND the one I created with Ukulele. Is there any way to solve that?


The other thing is that even though I change the keyboard type in OS X, when I select that layout in System Prefs some keys still don't work, as if it wasn't using that keyboard type. I read that Keyboard Type selection is only a feature to let you edit the layout more easily, it doesn't actually change your keyboard type. So, how can I let OS X know that my keyboard has a different key arrangement?


My keyboard is standard spanish. Just like http://www.wesleyan.edu/CTWMellon/graphics/spankey.jpg but with the windows key between Alt and Ctrl. Mac OS X doesn't detect the < key next to the left shift :thumbsup_anim:



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