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.
Ukelele is not able to reassign modifier keys (option, shift, command, control, caps lock), or change the function of special keys (return, arrow keys, function keys, etc). Rather, it is for creating keyboard layouts for different languages or other needs.
By the way, the name of this software is intentionally more...
- When double-clicking a key, sometimes the output would appear as doubly encoded XML. This has been fixed.
- All of the sample keyboard layouts have been converted to Unicode rather than other scripts.
- You can now remove an icon or language for a keyboard layout in a keyboard layout collection.
- Removed some unused code and cleaned up some other more...
- OS X 10.8 or later