Answered By: Lisa Setters
Last Updated: Apr 18, 2016     Views: 367

  1. Download zip file: http://www.tyndale.cam.ac.uk/Fonts/download/TyndaleUnicodeMac.zip
  2. In Finder, open Mac Tyndale Unicode > Cardo Font
  3. Double click on "Cardo98s.tff."
  4. Click on "Install Font." (You may need to drag the file into your Font folder if Cardo will not install). 
  5. In the Mac Tyndale Unicode folder, open "Mac Keyboards"
  6. Open a new Finder window by clicking ⌘-N.
  7. Expand "Macintosh HD" and find "Keyboard Layouts," under, "Library Folder."
  8. Drag HebrewTH.keylayout and Greek-TH.keylayout to "Keyboard Layouts"
  9. Open "System Preferences"
  10. Click on "Keyboard" and "Input Sources"
  11. Click on the + sign in the lower left corner.
  12. Click on "Others"
  13. Select HebrewTH or Greek-TH and click "Add"
  14. 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). 
  15. Download/Print the Keyboard Chart from this answer.

 

 

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