Using a Dell keyboard with OSX can be a bit annoying since not all keys is where you would expect them to be in Windows. The solution is called Ukelele – It allows you to grab your present keyboard layout, modify it and use it as a new Keyboard layout.
Ukelele is a Unicode keyboard layout editor for the XML-format keyboard layout files in OS X (“.keylayout” files). It provides a graphical interface to the layout files with support for drag-and-drop character assignments, creation of dead keys, and assignment of multi-character strings.
Download Link: SIL Software
Download Mirror: MacUpdate
How to use
- Download and Install
- Run Ukelele
- From “Files” menu, select “New from current input source
- Modify your keys, and save it as a bundle
- Copy the Bundle to: /Library/Keyboard Layouts/
- Go into “System Preferences” -> “Language and Text” -> “Input sources”
- Select the bundle that you saved