- NEW in 2020: Chromebook users click HERE.
- Windows 10 users, download and review this PDF, or watch this video: .
- Windows 8 users, see the comments below of a fellow Niuolahiki haumāna and then view this "general" tutorial video . The process shown in the video should be the same to activate the Hawaiian keyboard (input method) as well.
“Regarding the Hawaiian font/Windows 8. Under language preferences, the Hawaiian language is now available-this is something new, and the first time for Windows. I make it my language of choice. For typing Hawaiian: the ʻokina is just left of the number "1" and the kahakō is typed using the Right Arrow (first!) + Alt + the letter desired. Interestingly, the Windows 8 Hawaiian font works in Windows Word and Google Gmail, but not MSN Explorer email.” -Kimo B. [Use the latest release of the Firefox browser.]
- Windows 7 users, for more info, click HERE.
- Windows XP users, bookmark this site HERE and then view both tutorial videos HERE.
- Mac OS 10.6.8 and up desktop/laptop users, open your "System Preferences" (the gears icon) and then view the tutorial video .
- iPad users, click .
- iPhone/iPod users, click .
- Android users click HERE.
Last modified: Monday, January 18, 2021, 3:41 PM