Apart from using the shift and " to get an @ symbol. Has anyone managed to get the keyboard to change and work the @ symbol correctly UK?
You can edit default layout if you want.
switch to uk keyboard layout or visa versa
I’ve tried switching from UK to USA and vice versa, with no effect. The @ key simple gives me "
I switch between USA and UK English with the AltShift keys. I think you are in English UK, if your KB is the same as mine. You might check this by pressing Shift # because it displays £ in my case! I doubt it is available in USA mode. # is produced with . Shift \ produces ~~, You may have to accept switching with ALTShift to get the @ key.
There are probably other oddities to be found.
When I have time to spare I intend to create a printed list to refer to of all of the results under 2 headings: USA and UK, but I don’t find it much of a bother to switch using AltShift. For me the only important characters requiring frequent switching are # & @ plus sometimes £.
There is an earlier discussion of this in this Forum, started by a user who could not find @. You might find it helpful.