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Bhikkhu Pesala wrote:As far as I know, any Unicode TTF or OTF should work on the Mac — you could try mine. SIL also have some nice Unicode fonts such as Gentium or Charis.
Please us know how you get on.
mkk wrote:please try to change your keyboardsettings (system preferences -> country settings) to "US extended" (its just one below US and is also marked with a little "U"). Now you should be able to write with diacritics:
āūī alt+a, aui
ñ alt+n, n
ṣḍṭ alt+x, s d t
ṁṅ alt+w, m n
mkk wrote:Hi Kim,
you can use "character palette" which is preinstalled. In system preferences -> country settings select the keyboard menu. There you can activate character palette (the third point on my machine [OS X 10.5]) and you can make this menu accessible via the menu bar by clicking the very last check box.