Time to downgrade. Did anyone send a bug report? It doesn't work in Bulgarian phonetic layout also. There is no checkbox "Use the Caps Lock key to switch to and from Bulgarian".
TomGewecke According to this source , Japanese isn't working, either so likely Korean as well. I wonder if Chinese works or not. I didn't test it out as I'm on still El Capitan, though. Tom Gewecke Tom Gewecke I can retire Karabiner! No additional software is required on mac os Sierra.
After you this, does caps lock always switch keyboards, regardless of whether non-latin ones are involved? Does it switch to the last keyboard used?
Or the next one on the list? I have 2 - us and ua non latin, cyryllic keyboard layouts. This method is just mapping caps-lock to F Standard mac os input source switcher is not modified. Oct 28 '17 at But it would also switch two latin keyboards, right? What would it do with 3 keyboards? Example karabiner.mogdojeanpaywar.gq/map19.php
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How did you map the layout triggering to F19? Since Karabiner is not working anymore, it is not working, either, right? Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. To start the conversation again, simply ask a new question.
MacBook Air, iOS Posted on Jan 11, 6: You could have that impression if you have always used the keyboard named "Hebrew", because that feature is built in to that specific layout. But if you had used the one called "Hebrew Qwerty" or just about anything else , you would have found that caps lock did not change language.
Select input language by Caps Lock in Mac OS X
Sierra enables this feature to be used for a wide variety of non-latin keyboards beyond "Hebrew" but still not Russian and Greek if I remember right. I believe the light not going on is normal behavior.
Perhaps if you hold the key down longer that changes Posted on Jan 11, Page content loaded. Jan 11, 7: Then hitting the caps lock key will switch you to US, and hitting it again will switch you back to Hebrew. Jan 11, 9: Caps lock to switch input sources in general was not available until Sierra.
The earlier ability to use this to type latin characters was restricted to certain keyboard layouts. If you want the old behavior back, you can install a duplicate of the Hebrew keyboard and use that instead of the one supplied by Apple in Sierra.
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