Answered By: Lisa Setters Last Updated: Apr 18, 2016 Views: 363
Answered By: Lisa Setters
Last Updated: Apr 18, 2016 Views: 363
- Download zip file: http://www.tyndale.cam.ac.uk/Fonts/download/TyndaleUnicodeMac.zip
- In Finder, open Mac Tyndale Unicode > Cardo Font
- Double click on "Cardo98s.tff."
- Click on "Install Font." (You may need to drag the file into your Font folder if Cardo will not install).
- In the Mac Tyndale Unicode folder, open "Mac Keyboards"
- Open a new Finder window by clicking ⌘-N.
- Expand "Macintosh HD" and find "Keyboard Layouts," under, "Library Folder."
- Drag HebrewTH.keylayout and Greek-TH.keylayout to "Keyboard Layouts"
- Open "System Preferences"
- Click on "Keyboard" and "Input Sources"
- Click on the + sign in the lower left corner.
- Click on "Others"
- Select HebrewTH or Greek-TH and click "Add"
- You can now type in Hebrew by clicking on ⌘-spacebar or by clicking on the flag in the upper right corner (sometimes Mac users need to restart their computer at this point).
- Download/Print the Keyboard Chart from this answer.
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