True Yubikey doesn’t support other mac-languages. But UX is otherwise so neat and simple on Yubikey that they get some slack on this one thing that isn’t intuitive, I guess. But all this at the expense of features though where Onlykey is the unchallenged master in the game. Still the awsomeness would be unparalelled if a good choice of language keyboards were supported on Onlykey, I am not only concerned about Danish. Imagine if it just worked like that out of the box in most countries.
The solution as it is now for non-techies is off course to avoid special characters altogether and avoid inputting any mail address or URL in any of the slots as the @ and : and / are all such character that would require changing the keyboard layout momentarily to US. It is a limitation that for some arguably defeats the purpose of a more advanced solution such as Onlykey compared to Yubikey. And what is the practicality of switching keyboard layout everytime you use Onlykey? I wouldn’t be able to convince regular danish, spanish, french people to do that.
I think if the voting (liking) for this feature is just about Danish keyboard there surely won’t be that much support, if however the voting is concerning a somewhat larger project of Onlykey generally supporting a larger variety of keyboard layouts to cater for more newcomers and use cases, that would incorporate a much stronger and longer term strategy for Onlykey that we all love and want ever more people to love.