Ok, so I have one tiny, probably even stupid, but very important, question to ask. You see , I'm still really new to mac and I haven't been able to understand how to dig up in preferences and configurations like I did on a pc, but I'm getting there slowly. My questions now is about the keyboard's layout. Since I don't know how to put it I'm gonna take as reference my PC. You see, back in that PC I had configured the keyboard as Spanish - International. That way the whole keyboard is exactly what it looks like , for example , when I'd pressed the key of " ; " that's what would be typed, and the most important is that besides being even easier to write since I typed what I pressed on the keyboard , it also gave the advantage of the infamous "n" with the "~" on top (see how I can't even type it now? ). The way I would type it was to press SHIFT + ` (that is, the key that's next to the key of the number 1) and that's how it appeared. It was easy, fast and perfect for me, since everything in the keyboard stayed the same. However , I've tried a lot and I can't find how to do that on Mac, running Leopard. I try to describe this as much as I can so I can give the right idea of what I'm trying to do and how I accomplished it on a PC. In Leopard, in International, system preferences; when I clicked in Spanish - ISO , is not the same as it was on the PC. The Spanish layout doesn't work that way either. English- extended looks like English standard to me and not like what I'm trying to do it. So my question is, does anyone knows what I'm talking about? And if you do, can anyone help me? Please...?