I chose for a Danish layout, because it best suites my needs. QWERTY as for a US International keyboard (the de facto standard in NL) plus the specific signs when typing in Danish
(The oh so practical ½ is missing om Textblade’s Danish layout BTW ).
Often however, when typing French words I encounter the absence of a ç c-cedille. On a traditional Danish keyboard that is not even possible by overlay; one needs to enter the code by hand.
The same problem occurs when typing an ß-ligature in German.
When typing Dutch, it would be nice to type an IJ-ligature in one touch, no need to enter the full code (it is not even supported on true NL-keyboards like once it was on typewriters) each and every (and it’s frequently used) time or use both I and J as most are used to nowadays. The latter method has consequences for both layout and sorting.
Will Multimap enable us to add those keys to a seemingly empty spot in an existing layout, or even switch existing but unused keys (I may have used a £-sign once or twice in some decades of typing)?