How to type in Greek and Hebrew on a Mac posted in College / Read in Estimated reading time: 0 minutes Less than a minute / on February 18, 2010 / by Nathan Campbell / SHARE Tweet Macs make typing in foreign languages ridiculously easy. But if you haven’t figured it out yet here are some handy links. How to set your language to Greek and use special characters. How to type in Hebrew (I haven’t figured out how to get the vowels under the letters yet) (and a second helpful look at the keyboard layout). Leave a comment: [3 ] Tweet Follow @nm_campbell PREVIOUS POST← Teenage Mutant Bacon Turtles NEXT POSTArtistic Ninja Turtles → 3 Comments → How to type in Greek and Hebrew on a Mac Daniel Saunders February 18, 2010 at 9:34 pm Two steps (it's the same kind of thing for Windows. With Linux the support is built in.) 1.) Download and install the Tyndale House font kit (http://www.tyndalehouse.com/fonts/) 2.) Type in Greek/Hebrew. The difficult part is testing out a bunch of unicode fonts (Cardo, the fonts from SIL and SBL) until you find the one('s) you like. My recent post Atheism's true believers gather peter y February 19, 2010 at 5:37 am cheers nathan – that's useful. can you tell me what the 'learn Greek' textbook is for QTC? My recent post new song: Mullet Before He Had A Choice (for Henry) Nathan Campbell February 20, 2010 at 7:45 pm Learn to read New Testament Greek by David Alan Black. Comments are closed.