What does the sentencing ending particle ですよ become in Kansai-ben?
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In Kansai-ben ですよ can, according to Ikue Shingu's Kansai Grammar Index, become
but I would consider it as raw Kansai-ben. You almost never hear it (I never did) and it can stay as ですよ. Kansai-ben is also the intonation, choice of words and in other parts of the sentence than the end copula.
だよ on the other hand becomes in the most general way やで.