Doug Ewell wrote,
> You could do this with Keyman, or alternatively there are programs that
> let you define "native" Windows keyboards (e.g. Janko's Keyboard
> Generator). I have no idea how good such programs are, as I have not
> used them.
There are several alternate programs.
Having tried a few of them, my suggestion is: stay with Keyman.
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