Created attachment 17576 [details] [review]
USA - Macintosh layout
Since 1985, my fingers have been accustomed to Apple's "U.S." layout for the Macintosh. I personally remember that layout's revision history going all the way back to its introduction the previous year. The lack of this layout under GNU/Linux has been rather frustrating to me for many years. Here it is, as a patch to the current git master, with some logical extensions, eschewing the key redefinitions in Apple's more recent "U.S. Extended" layout in favor of preserving older keystrokes to conform to habits that may already have been established. I have only redefined keystrokes that had never been intentionally defined in the "U.S." layout.
The dead_horn, dead_hook, dead_belowdot, and dead_breve keystrokes do not appear to function under Ubuntu 8.04.1, but that may very well be an unrelated additional bug; I don't know.
Created attachment 17588 [details] [review]