Installing Greek and Hebrew fonts on a Mac

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Jim Hurlburt | Forum Activity | Posted: Mon, May 13 2019 1:47 AM

I have Logos 8 running on a MacBook Pro (V.10.14.4).  I have downloaded the Logos Greek and Hebrew fonts, and clicked "install," but don't know how to access them.  All the other stuff that came with the fonts, such as LogosBiblicalHebrewKeyboard.exe, won't run on my Mac because they are not supported by Mac OS.  When I look under System Preferences > Language & Region, I see lots of languages, but not the Greek and Hebrew keyboards. I'm not sure 1) what to do next, 2) how to fully install the keyboards, and 3) how to access the keyboards once I finish installing them.  Help!  What am I doing wrong?

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Reuben Helmuth | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, May 13 2019 4:06 AM

Welcome to the forums, Jim!

Jim Hurlburt:
 I have downloaded the Logos Greek and Hebrew fonts,

I'm not sure where you did this or why?.... All fonts used by Logos should already be on your machine if you've installed Logos (you can see your machine fonts by opening Font Book.

Jim Hurlburt:
I'm not sure 1) what to do next, 2) how to fully install the keyboards, and 3) how to access the keyboards once I finish installing them.

To add a keyboard, go to the board section of System Preferences, click on the Input Sources tab, click the plus icon at the bottom left, then find the keyboard you're interested in (you can use the search field to simplify this). Once you've added the keyboard, you can cycle through your keyboards via Cmd+K unless you change that shortcut one the shortcuts tab (of the same Preferences window).

Hopefully this gets you to where you wanna go. If not, please post back and I'll try to expand on whatever isn't clear.

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