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How to use Caps Locks in macOS Sierra to switch between keyboards that use different characters

Twitter buddy Michael Fessler alerted Mac 911 to a great help for those who frequently type in keyboards for two different character sets, like Latin and Hebrew, Chinese, Arabic, and many others. You can make a quick-switch option from the keyboard without resorting to a menu, by turning a tap of the Caps Lock key into a keyboard swap. The option appears in the Keyboard system preference pane in the Input Sources tab.
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