Prime in spanish non-numerical keyboards

I wrote to ask to you how can I do a nasalized vowel with the IPA Keyman keyboard, if my computer doesn’t have a numerical keyboard and it’s in spanish. This computer doesn’t have a way to write that symbol (prime) and following the guide, that is necessary to do the key stroke for those kind of vowels.

I hope you could answer my question.

Thank you, have a nice day!

Welcome to the community.

On IPATotal, to get the nasalized vowel, press any vowel and then the first function key F1, i.e. e F1 > ẽ.

On IPA (SIL) keyboard, to get a nasalized vowel, try press any vowel and then the tilt sign, i.e. e + Shift ` > ẽ.