This is a Mac OS X keyboard layout for ‘standard’ Belgian
The international keyboard layout (as opposed to the Apple-specific one)
The main difference is that signs such as @ and # are accessed using AltGr.
- Place the
Belgian (Non-Apple).keylayout file (
Belgian (IBM).keylayout if you have an IBM-compatible keyboard)
- Log out and back in
- From the Input Menu International preference pane, select
the layout called Belgian (Non-Apple)
Making it the default seems to be tricky: the keyboard sometimes seems to
jump back to the default layout. Disabling the default keyboard seems
impossible since the checkbox is greyed out and unaccessible. I still
haven’t found how to solve this, so I just move the whole
out of the System library and put it where Mac OS can’t find it.
- Make some kind of icon for it, preferably different than the default Belgian flag from Mac OS X.
Thanks to Daniel Szmulewicz for providing the IBM keyboard layout.