# and £ switched around since 10.11.5

Discussion in 'OS X El Capitan (10.11)' started by patch5674, May 29, 2016.

  1. patch5674 macrumors newbie

    Apr 27, 2015
    As I was writing this post to beg for help I realised the answer, but still it is bull. Just a post to help out any other confused should out there.

    When updating my British mbp to 10.11.5 it switched my default keyboard to US. Which means the usual way to get to # and some of the other symbols on shift above the number keys did not correspond.

    Do not know why this happens. Surprise surprise it's another bug in Apple's software. Absolute joke. My computer infuriates me these days because I remember what they used to be like. Absolutely rock solid. They don't drive me insane enough to contemplate windows again. But its the feeling of knowing how downhill they have gone.
  2. simonsi macrumors 601


    Jan 3, 2014
    Really? Thats enough to drive you insane??? When I updated it left my region correctly as NZ - so it isn't as if its badly written and overwrites the entire world as US English...glitches happen, plenty more stuff to actually worry about...IMHO
  3. leman macrumors G3

    Oct 14, 2008
    Change it back to UK keyboard then. Whats the 'infuriating' problem? Partial configuration resets are not an unexpected things during upgrades.

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