british menu

i messed around with stuff in the system folder.
on my apple 9 power mac.
everything seems to be ok except that i have a new menu on my desktop with a british and an american flag.
the menu lets me choose the british flag.
the u.s. flag.
there is also an option to customize menu.
but. i cant.
the menu doesnt seeem to do anything.
what is it?
can i get rid of it?
brocolyAsked:
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weedCommented:
Its part of your Keyboard Control Panel...It lets you switch keyboard layouts for different languages. You can either dump the layouts from your system file or open your keyboard control panel and modify it.
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brocolyAuthor Commented:
thanks.
can you please be a bit more specific?
what can i throw out of the systems folder?
where can i find the layouts to throw them out?
i guess thats all one question.
 thanks
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weedCommented:
You dont throw anything out of your system FOLDER...you throw things out of your system FILE. That little suitcase in yer system folder called "System" is openable. It contains system sounds and keyboard layouts. You can throw away ALL keyboard layouts. You cant miss em.
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brocolyAuthor Commented:
cool
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