Alt-U and then the upper/lower case vowel seems to work very well, but
I'll try that too.

el

on 2014-08-20, 13:51 dapper dan said the following:
> El,
> 
> can't you use deadkeys in LyX on Mac?
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dead_key#Dead_keys_on_various_keyboard_layouts
> 
> You might also want to try changing the keyboard layout to US International:
> 
> From
> http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=Howtotypeletterswit20100304073426167:
> 
> "If you use the /US International - PC/ keyboard layout, you instantly
> get the fast way of entering the letters with diacritics!
> 
> Go to System Preferences » Language & Text » Input Sources. Check the
> /US International - PC/ input method in the list of Input Methods. (If
> you also use other Input Methods, uncheck the others or select the US
> International - PC method as the current Input Method.)
> 
> Now you can use the fastest way of entering these characters.
> 
>   * For á, é, í, ó, ú: press ' and directly after that, the vowel.
>   * For à, è, ì, ò, ù: press ` and directly after that, the vowel. (Note
>     that ` is slightly different slightly different from ' ... on my
>     keyboard, it is located right of the left-side Shift key.)
>   * For ä, ë, ï, ö, ü: press " and directly after that, the vowel.
>   * For ã, ñ, õ: press ˜ and directly after that, the letter. 
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