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What languages can I type on my Macintosh OS X computer?

Many. But it depends on which version of OS X that you are using. Here's the quick list from Apple's support site for the most recent versions of OS X. If you are looking for a particular language, you may want to use the Find feature of your browser. Otherwise, languages are listed in alphabetic order.

Available inputs in OS 10.3.x:

Everything in OS 10.2.x
Ainu
Afghan Dari
Afghan Pashto
Afghan Uzbek
Arabic - QWERTY
Armenian - HM QWERTY
Armenian - Western QWERTY
Cherokee - Nation
Cherokee - QWERTY
Faroese
Finnish Extended
Inuktitut - Nunavut
Inuktitut - Nutaaq
Inuktitut - QWERTY
Inuttitu Nunavik
Irish Extended Japanese Kana Palette
Northern Sami
Norwegian Extended
Persian - ISIRI 2901
Serbian - Latin
Turkish
Turkish - QWERTY
Turkish - QWERTY-PC
Welsh

Available inputs in OS 10.2.x:

Arabic
Australian
Austrian
Belgian
Brazilian
British
Bulgarian
Bulgarian - Phonetic
Canadian - CSA
Catalan
Chinese - Simplified
Chinese - Traditional
Czech
Croatian
Danish
Devanagari
Devanagari--QWERTY
Dutch
Dvorak
Dvorak - QWERTY
Estonian
Finnish
French
French - numerical
German
Greek
Gujarati
Gujarati--QWERTY
Gurmukhi
Gurmukhi--QWERTY
Hawaiian
Hebrew
Hungarian
Icelandic
Irish
Italian
Italian - Pro
Japanese
Korean
Latvian
Lithuanian
Macedonian
Norwegian
Persian
Polish
Portuguese
Romanian Russian
Serbian
Slovak
Slovenian
Spanish
Spanish - ISO
Swedish
Swedish - Pro
Swiss French
Swiss German
Thai
Thai--PattaChote
Ukrainian
U.S. Extended
Unicode Hex Input
Vietnamese

  • 30 July 2004

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