I have a keyboard https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/16uxXS_ZCDeZGGVHwUrihLkeA9LBH8Nsw?usp=sharing which works fine on Windows in ever respect but which doesn’t entirely work on Mac.
There are 2 magic keys - the back tick key (top left of keyboard) and the semicolon. Each of these should change the previously-typed letter to something else. The back tick (`) key simply rotates through several different diacritics and the semicolon switches between an IPA-style character, or underline or underdog using some if statements, setting variables and use(). Is there any particular known reason why the (slightly more complicated) semicolon-activated settings would not work on Mac but would on Windows? On Mac I just get a; instead of a then turning into ə.
I guess I’m wanting to find out if there are some features of the keyman layout language which are not supported on Mac.