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(※2016.3.8 update!)
(POCHI ver.7.9  --  45 shortcut keys for 7 Input Sources and a toggle keys, Special Application Shortcuts)
 I'm sorry that this program is getting day by day but this article is old. 
If you have any question or request about POCHi, you can ask me in comment, or Facebook, or TwitterI will be glad to reply you.


Hi. I updated the good tip for Mac user who have to use multi languages, 'Pochi' ver. 7.9.
Now you can use input language shortcut in virtual PC as well as on Mac.

(Old article : http://seoul-life.blog.jp/archives/30821467.html )
 
I use English, Japanese, and Korean input source on Macbook Air. ^^
So I have to switch these three languages so often to write articles in Japanese, and Korean, and also English.
The language short cut on Mac OS is no longer exist now, so I searched the sipmle shortcut free application on internet. 
I found and tried some free application, but they never worked well and only bothered me.
Then I reallized that when I use more than 3 languages, these shortcut apps dosen't work well on Mac OS. Karabiner is one of them.

But I couln't bear to use annoying switching by [command+space]. I often push too much times, and then I have to push two more times again to switch to the language I want.

Then, the savior came out and saved me on the community about  Karabiner(former KeyRemap4MacBook), an application for remapping keys on Mac OS.

I heard about the ideas of the code for switching input sources there,  and I tried to arrange the code to switch languages...
Then, it works! OMG!  Wonderful!

I made 27 45 types of shortcut key for switching 7 input sources at only one push, or double keys push.
I will introduce the way to set this system, named "Pochi".

And I was wondering if I can use the same setting in virtual PC like Parallels Desktop or VMWare Fusion, and I succesed to make the system on Karabiner, with the Windows IME short cut setting.

You don't need to push [command +space] or [shift+option] to change language in Mac and Virtual Windows PC any more.
You can change until 6 languages(input source) at one push shortcut key.
You can use English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguise, Russian, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Thai, and every other languages, of course.

Well, let's try to set the shortcut keys!


Pochi (One Shot Input Source Shortcut)(Ver.7.9)​ 
(Sorry, this article is a little old. You can read more information in POCHI. )
 
1. Well, you have to install the free application, "Karabiner" first.


↓ You can download and install here.
(※ If you have Karabiner or KeyRemap4MacBook, please check the notice #2 below.)

 
2. Then, launch the Karabiner app on Launchpad.
(I recommand you to set the app to the first pace of Launchpad.)

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Karabiner is very useful and excellent program for customising Mac keybord settings.

At the first session, you have to open System Preferences and allow the apps in  "Security & Privacy"
https://pqrs.org/osx/karabiner/document.html.en
 

(You can read the way to use this app on  
https://pqrs.org/osx/karabiner/document.html.en , but you don't need to memorize this way now.)


3. Click the tab "Misc&Uninstall" on the right side.

Then click "Open private.xml" on the middle of this page.

スクリーンショット_2014-08-09_5_17_57

Then "Karabiner" folder will be opened and you can see "private.xml" file. in th folder.
(If you don't have file extensions displayed, you will see the file name "privete".
  

4. Delete this "private.xml" file.
(※ If you're using Karabiner and private setting already, don't delete this file and read #2 below.)


5. Then, download this file here and extract it.
  ↓


[About Updating]
I sometimes add new function and update this tool.
If you update POCHI, you only have to do like the way in 3.~6. and Reload XML.
Very simple.


6. New folder will be opend; name is "POCHI7"
 Move "pochi" folder and "private.xml" file to the "Karabiner" folder that you have opened already.


7. Then, Keyboard setting and select "shortcut" tab.
 (If you don't know where it is, just push Option + F6.)

And confirm that the shortcut key is set like this picure below.
The second one has to be  like this.
 
 []      Select the previous input source         ⌘Space (Command+Space)
 []      Select next source in Input menu     ⌥⌘Space (Option+Command+Space)
      
InputsourceENG
If it is not, please click "Restore Defaults" butten, and check the check boxes.
From El Capitan, Mac's default setting of Selecting Input Source has been changed to ⌃Space(Control + Space) and ⌥⌃Space(Option + Control + Space)
But Karabiner don't work on the setting. 
You have to change them like the picture above. And you have to notice that what the Spotlight's shortcut is. 
From Spotlight's shortcut default setting is also ⌃Space(Control + Space) and ⌥⌃Space(Option + Control + Space)
You have to change them not to overlap with input source shortcuts. 

8. Next, check the "Input Source" Tab.
If there are any input source that you don't need, you should be better to delete it.



9. Then, let's return to the Karabiner.
Select the tab "Change Key" on the left side.

Karabiner1 2

10.  Click "Reload XML".

You will find the menu "Pochi -- Mac Input Source Shortcuts Arranger --" on the top of remapping lists like the picture above.

Click it, and these menus will appear. 

  "Input Source Shortcut - Mac "
  "Input Sourse Shortcut - Virtual PC(Parallels,VMWare Fusion etc.)" New!
  "For Arabic Input User" New!
  "For Chinese Input User" New!
  "For Japanese Input User"
  "For Korean Input User"
  "For Latin Symbols Input User" New!
  "For Vetnamese Input User" New!

  "For Extra Keyboard User" New!
 

 

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Click "Input Source Shortcut- Mac ", and shortcut settings will appear like below.

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 The top 2 shortcut with ★ mark is for checking the order number of the language you want to use.
F1~6 key to change to 1st~6th input source,
and push Control + 1~7 key to change to 1st~7th input source. 


11. Then, you know the number of the input source which you want to use.
So at first, check the TEST check box.
And push 1 key~7 key and confirm the numbers for each language which you want to use.
You have to check the each number cherk box of shortcut setting in POCHI for each language.
After you get the number of the language, don't forget to uncheck TEST check box.

(※ If you use Japanese of Korean, there are original settings in "to Japaese input" or "to Korean Input". You'd better to set the shortcut there.) 

You can see the order of the Input sources to push the language icon which is on the upper-right corner in the Mac screen like below.

InputSource 2

English is always 1st input source, and 2nd, 3rd one continues below.

(You can set the shortcut for only 6 input source. If you have more than 7 input sources, you have to delete some, or change the order of the input sources in System Preference. ⇨ notice #1 )


12. Then, Open the 1st(English)~6th input sources and check the shortcut that you want.

For example,  "Right-Command(⌘) Key" in "to 2nd input source" means "Push Right Command Key, and it turns to the second language."


There are 45 shortcuts.         (on windows extra keybord)
  • F1~6 key
  • Left-Control(^) Key + 1~6 Key
    ============================ 
     
  • Left Command(⌘)          (Left  Alt)
  • Right Command(⌘)          (Right Alt)
  • Left Option(⌥)                (Left  Windows Key)
  • Right Option(⌥)             (Right Windows Key)
  • fn key 
  • PC Application Key (※Windows Keyboard Only) New!
  • Left Shift
  • Right Shift 
  • Control(^)
  • 英数(EISUU)                        (한자 Key)
  • Kana(かな)                          (한/영 Key)
  • Control(^) + key
  • Control + Space  New!
  • Control + Left Command New!
  • Control + Right Command 
  • Control + Backquote
  • Control + 英数(EISUU)      New!
  • Control + KANA(한/영)       New!
  • Left-Shift + Space New!
  • Left-Shift + Left- Command
  • Left-Shift + Backquote
  • Left-Shift + Right-Command New!
  • Left-Shift + 英数(EISUU)      (한자) New!
  • Left-Shift + KANA(한/영)      (한/영) New!
  • Left-Control(^) + J
  • Left-Control(^) + K
  • Left-Control(^) + L New!
  • Left-Control(^) + [ ; ] New! 
  • Left-Control(^) + U New! (7.4beta)
  • Left-Control(^) + i
  • Left-Control(^) + O New! (7.4beta)
  • Backquote(`) (다른 와 같이 누르면 Command로 동작) New!
  • Left Control(^) + Double Click
  • F key & J key (Press both keys at the same time)  New!
  • D キー + K キー 

    (Press both keys at the same time)   
    New!
  • SPACE + かな(KANA) key  (Press both keys at the same time)  New!
  • SPACE + 英数(EISUU) key  (Press both keys at the same time)  New!
  • 英数(EISUU) + かな(KANA) key  (Press both keys at the same time)  New!
  • Left-Command(⌘)  + SPACE
  • Right-Command(⌘) + SPACE New!
  • Left-Command(⌘) + Right-Command(⌘)  (Press both keys at the same time)  New! 
  • 1 キー + 2 キー 

     (Press both keys at the same time)   
    New!
  • 2 キー + 3 キー 

     (Press both keys at the same time)   
    New!
  • 3 キー + 4 キー 

     (Press both keys at the same time)   
    New! 
  • F16  New!
  • F17 New!
  • F18 New!
  • F19 New!
You can set input sources to each these 45 shortcuts keys. (maximam 7 input sources)

When you check the box you want, the setting will work right now on.
You can set one input source to many shortscut keys, but you can use only one action by one shortcut key(※Upper one takes the priority ).  So please check only one input sourch for each shortcuts.
(If you check more than two language for one shortcut, the upper one will work only.)

And you can use only 7 input sources. If you have more than 8 input sources, I recommend you to delete some languages like as KOTOERI, or change the sorting order of the languages in Language & Region in Synstem Preferences.


I think simple and useful shortcut key is  "Right-Command(⌘) Key"
You can use this key like KANA Key on the Japanese Keyboard.
If you add one more language, "Right-Option", or "Left-Option" key will be fine.

If you want to switch them faster, I recommend you to use "Left control(^) + i " or "Left control(^) + J, K, L". Because you can use these shortcut keys in home position.
"F key & J key (Press both keys at the same time) " will also be easy to push.

And I also strongly recommend you to change Caps Lock and Control by Mac OS setting. 
(You can change them in System Preference > Keyboard > Keybord tab > Modefier Keys butten.)

I use "Left control(^) +  i " to change to Korean. It's possible to push in home position, very confortablly.

To confirm the shortcut keys which you checked at once, check the box of "show enabled only" on the right side of "Search" textbox. You can see all the shortcut setting that you are using in Karabiner now.

For the setting of simultaneous keys(Press at the same time), you have to press 2 keys at once at the same time, not to press one by one. 


・to F16
・to F17
・to F18
・to F19
These are not shortcut for input sources, for the Function keys that you can use on IME settings or service shortcut settings on Mac.
I use [SPACE + Kana Key] to F18 for convert to KATAKANA.
Japanese information is here.
日本語: http://seoul-life.blog.jp/archives/41133567.html


 
▶Input Sourse Shortcut - Virtual PC(Parallels,VMWare Fusion etc.) New!
And next, this is the new virsion that I made this time, the shortcut for virtual PC.
You have to set the language shortcut on Windows OS.

Open the "Regional and Language Option setting" in "Control Panel" and open the "Text Services and Input Languages". And you can set the each language key shortcut setting in "Advanced Key Setting".

advancedkey

Then, push Change Key Sequence and set each language
"Left Alt+Shift + 1~6 numbers." that you want to use.
You'd better to use same numbers as on Mac ! 

Then you can set shortcut keys for 1~6 Languages on POCHI like as on Mac.
If you don't use English input Language now, I recommend you to install it. It will be more comfortable to change language.


▶For Japanese Input  User

「日本語入力 Key ( to Japanese Input)」
Thank you to study Japanese. (I'm Japanese teacher.)
I made the settings for Jananese input user.
You can change to Japanese input faster than "to ◯th input source".
You'd be better to set shortcut here if you use Japanese.

 [1 key + 2 Key] to F19 (Mac/Virtual PC) New!
This is a setting for sending F19 signal to change to KATAKANA, IME on/off, and so on. You can set it up in IME shortcut settings.
More information is on this blog.
I add this shortcut setting to all the input sources! (ver.7.1.1)


▶For Korean Input User
Thank you to study Korean. (I'm also Korean teacher.)
This is the original settings for Korean input user.
You can change to Korean input faster than "to ◯th input source".
You'd be better to set shortcut here if you use Korean.

More information is on this blog.

▶For Extra Key Settings
This is helpful additional settings I want to use in some situation. 
・Shift + ¥ Key  ➔ Underbar( _ )
・Right-Command + "¥" Key  ➔ "¥"
・¥ Key  ➔ Delete
・¥ Key  ➔ Forward Delete
・Right-Shift Key  ➔ Underbar( _ )
・¥ Key  ➔ Backslash
・Option _R  ➔ fn
・Right Shift+Delete  ➔ Command+Delete
・Control+J  ➔ Delete
・Control+Return ➔ Line Break in EXCEL
・Control+A ➔ Line Cell Top in EXCEL
・Control+E ➔ Line Cell End in EXCEL
・Control+Enter ➔ Sent Message in LINE
・J + K
(Press both keys at the same time)  ➔ Command+Z  New!
・D + F(Press both keys at the same time)
 ➔ Command+Shift+Z  New!
・M + L
(Press both keys at the same time)
 ➔ fn Key
 
 New!
・J + L(Press both keys at the same time)
 
 ➔ fn Key
 
 New!
F1 ➔ Control + Command(Alt)
 
 New!
F2 ➔ Control + Command(Alt) + Shift
 
 New!
F3 ➔ Control + Command(Alt) + Shift + Space
 
 New!
Control + T    ➔    Command + Tab
 
 New!
Control + R    ➔    Command + Shift +Tab
 
 New!

"M + L
(Press both keys at the same time) ➔ fn Key
" and 
"J + L (Press both keys at the same time) 
➔ fn Key" are new shortcut I made at this update(ver.7.1).
If you feel unconfortable to push "fn" key in Mac, please have a try.
Push J & L at the same time, and it works as "fn" key.
(I use this setting to call Karabiner by "fn + K", and to call Karabiner setting list by  "fn + 1~4".
You can set it in
Karabiner > Cunstom Shortcuts > 

"Switch current setting profile by fn+1,fn+2,fn+3, and fn+4"

and
"Open Karabier by fn+K

  (+ Reload XML by fn+R.)

  ( Open EventViewer by fn+E.)"

 

Using Control + T, R, you can easily switch applications with your hands on the home potision. It may be confortable.

If you have any quetsions or request about POCHI, feel free to send me masssage any time.
Thank you.


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Attention Notice

#1. For Pochi, you can only use 6 input sources.
If you want to use Kotoeri, I recommend you to remove Katakana, Romaji, etc. withtout Hiragana. But I recomment you to use Google IME or ATOK if you use Japanese.

#2. If you had used Karabiber or KeyRemap4MacBook before, you may could have used original settings on "private.xml." 
So please open "private.xml" once and check the contents. 
If there are many articles there more than 4 lines, you have used it by your original setting.
Then, back up "private.xml" and open it.

Then copy these texts.

   
         Pochi - for Multi Input Source User
               
   

and paste this texts next to  in "private.xml", and save it.
And move "Pochi" folder only to "Karabiner" folder.


Then, click Reload XML, and you can use both original settings. 

If there are only 3 lines in "private.xml", just delete the file and go to 6. 


#3. If you use more than 3 input sources,  you can't use toggle key on Mac. 
So you will be better to set shortcut by Pochi.


#4. When you inport new language, it may not work at the firts time.
Please press [command+space ] several times.
And then Pochi will work well to change the source. 


#5. If you choose [Command_L(⌘) + Space], you can not select input source by Command_L(⌘) + Space as usual (the name of input source appearing on the center of monitor). 
But you can select input source by Option+Command+Space. (the name of input source doesn't appear on the center of monitor. You have to watch the small flag mark). 
And you can change the shortcut key in Sinsem Preference > Keyboard > Shortcuts.



If you rewrite the code, you can also add new input source or more shortcut keys.
And if you have any question or request about POCHi, you can ask me in comment, or Facebook, or Twitter.

Have wonderful Mac Life! ^^
 

MacKey-FreanchJapanese

(※2015.7.29 new)

Hi. 
This is a good tip for Mac user who have to use multi languages. 

I use English, Japanese, and Korean input source on Macbook Air. ^^
So I have to switch these three languages so often to write articles in Japanese, and Korean, and also English.
You may could switch input source by simple shourtcut on Mac, in the old days, because there were the settings for one push shourtcut setting for input source.
 
But, the function is no more exist now, so I searched the sipmle shortcut free application on internet. 
I found and tried some, but they never worked well and only bothered me.
Then I reallized that when I use more than 3 language, these shortcut apps dosen't work well on Mac OS. Karabiner is one of them.

But I couln't bear to use annoying switching by [command+space]. I often push too much times, and then I have to push two more times again to switch to the language I want.

Then, the savior came out and saved me on the community about  Karabiner(former KeyRemap4MacBook), an application for remapping keys on Mac OS.

So I heard about the ideas of the code for switching input sources there,  and I tried to arrange the code to switch languages...
Then, it works! OMG!  Wonderful!

I made the system of more than 11 shortcut keys for switching 5 input sources at only one touching.
I will introduce the way to setting this system, named "Pochi".

You don't need to push [command +space] to change language any more.
You can change until 5 languages(input source) at one push shortcut key.
You can use English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguise, Russian, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and every languages, of course.


Pochi (One Shot Input Source Shortcut)(Ver.5.3)​ 
 
1. Well, you have to install the free application, "Karabiner" first.


↓ You can download and install here.
(※ If you have Karabiner or KeyRemap4MacBook, please check #2 below.)

 
2. Then, launche the Karabiner app on Launchpad.
(I recommand you to set the app to the first pace of Launchpad.)

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Karabiner is very useful and excellent program for customising Mac keybord settings.

(You can read the way to use this app on  
https://pqrs.org/osx/karabiner/document.html.en , but you don't have to memorize this way now.)


3. Click the tab "Misc&Uninstall" on the right side.

Then click "Open private.xml" on the middle of this page.

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Then "Karabiner" folder will be opened and you can see "private.xml" file. in th folder.
(If you don't have file extensions displayed, you will see the file name "privete".
  

4. Delete this "private.xml" file.


5. Then, download this file here and extract it.
  ↓


6. You can see the folder; name is "POCHI5.3". 
 Move "pochi" folder and "private.xml" file to the "Karabiner" folder that you have opened already.


7. Then, Open Keyboard setting and select "shortcut" tab.

And check the shortcut key that is set like this picure below.
The second one has to be   
" [✓] Select next source in Input menu   ⌥⌘Space "
      
InputsourceENG
If it is not, please click "Restore Defaults" butten, and check the second check box.


8. Then, let's return to the Karabiner.
Select the tab "Change Key" on the left side.changekey3
9.  Click "Reload XML".

You will find the menu "Pochi - for Multi Input Source User" on the top of remapping lists like the picture above.

Click it, and these menus will appear. 

  "Input Source Shortcut"
  "For Japanese Input User"
  "For Korean Input User"
  "Extra Key Settings"

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Click "Input Source Shortcut", and 12 type of shortcut settings will appear like below.
 
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  "Right-Command(⌘) Key to 2nd input source" means "Use Right Command Key to change to the second language."

I made these 12 shortcuts.    (on windows extra keybord)
  • Left-Control(^) Key + Number Key
  • Right Command(⌘)          (Alt)
  • Right Option(⌥)             (Right Windows Key)
  • fn Key
  • Left Command(⌘)          (Left Alt)
  • Left Option(⌥)                (Left Windows Key)
  • Left Control(^)
  • Kana(かな)                          (한/영 Key)
  • 英数(EISUU)                       (한자 Key)
  • Left Control(^) + K
  • Left Control(^) + i 
  • Left Command(⌘) + Space
You can set input sources to each these 12 shortcuts. (maximam 5 input sources)


10. When you check the box you want, the setting will work right now on.
You can set one input source to many shortscut keys, but you can use only one action by one shortcut key.  So please check only one Input sourch for each shortcuts.

(If you check more than two Input sourses, the upper one will work only.)


11. You have to notice about the number of the input source that you have to use.
Maybe you use  [command + Space] to change input source. When you use this command, the order of the sourses change following to the input source that you have used right before.

So let's check the order number of the language you want to use.
Please check the 5 boxes on the top of

  'Input Source Shortcut'
     'Left-Control(^) Key + Number Key'.

And if you push Control+1~5, you can find the input source you want to use.
You can use another shortcut settings below as the number.


Or you can also use [Option+Command+Spanse] to check the order of input sources.

 (1) First, change to English.
 (2) Press [Option+Command+Space] to change to the input source that you need.
   (3) Check the number that you pressed to change the input source.

※ You can't see the name of languages displayed on center. Please watch at the language flas mark on the upper right.

※ English always must be the first input source. 

If you want to switch to Chinese and when you press  [Option+Command+Space] 3 times to change to Chinese it turns to Chinese, that meas Chinese is the 4th input source. 
If you press 4times, it is 5th input source, you see.

※ There is some language IME that use more than two input sources like "ことえり(Kotoeri)”. I recommend you to check off the check box except "Hiragana".

The order of the input sources changes is from the sistem of languages.
You can change the order in "Sistem Preferences > Language & Rejion". 
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I think useful shortcut is the first one, "Right-Command(⌘) Key"
You can use this key like KANA Key on the Japanese Keyboard.
And also use "Left-Command(⌘) Key to English".
If you add one more language, "Right-Option", or "Left-Option" key will be fine.

If you want to swich them faster, I recommend you to use [Left control(^) + i ] or [Left control(^) + k ] . Because you can use the shortcut keys in home position.
And you'd be better to change Caps Lock and Control by Mac OS setting. 
(You can change them in System Preference > Keyboard > Keybord tab > Modefier Keys butten.)

I use [Left control(^) +  i ] to change to Korean. It's possible to push in home position, very confortablly.

▶For Japanese Input  User
I made the settings for Jananese input user.

  [Right Command] to KANA Key.
  [Left Control(^) + J] to Japanese.


▶For Korean
And I made some settings for Korean input user.
More information is on this blog
http://blog.naver.com/minority25/220319932301

▶For Extra Key Settings
This is additional settings I want to use in some situation. 
・Shift + ¥ Key to Underbar
・Right-Command + ¥ Key to ¥
・¥ Key to Delete
・¥ Key to Forward Delete
・Right-Shift Key to Underbar Key
・¥ Key to Backslash
・Option _R to fn
・Right Shift+Delete to Command+Delete
・Control+J to Delete
・Control+Return to Line Break in EXCEL
・Control+A to Line Cell Top in EXCEL
・Control+E to Line Cell End in EXCEL

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Attention

#1. For Pochi, you can only use 5 input sources. When you use Kotoeri, I recommend you to remove Katakana, Romaji, etc. withtout Hiragana.

#2. If you had used Karabiber or KeyRemap4MacBook before, you may could have used original settings on "private.xml." 
So please open "private.xml" once and check the contents. 
If there are many articles there more than 4 lines, you have used it by your original setting.
Then, back up "private.xml" and, copy these texts.


    <item>
        <name>Pochi - for Multi Input Source User</name>
        <include path="pochi/pochi_base.xml" />        
    </item>


and paste this texts next to  <root> in "private.xml" text which is in "Karabiner" folder.
And move "Pochi5.3" folder only to "Karabiner" folder.

Then, you can use both original settings. 

If there are only 3 lines in "private.xml", just delete the file and go to 5. 

#3. If you use more than 3 input sources,  you can't use toggle key. 
So you will be better to set shortcut by Pochi.


#4. When you inport new language, it may not work at the firts time.
Please press [command+spase to ] for the language once.
And then Pochi will work well to change the source. 

#5. If you choose [Command_L(⌘) + Space to **Input Source], you can not select input source by Command_L(⌘) + Space as usual (the name of input source appearing on the center of monitor). 
But you can select input source by Option+Command+Space. (the name of input source doesn't appear on the center of monitor. You have to watch the small flag mark). 
And you can change the shortcut key in Sinsem Preference > Keyboard > Shortcuts.



If you rewrite the code, you can add new 6th input source or more shortcut keys.

Have wonderful Mac Life! ^^
 

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