Khmer Unicode MacOSX Lite 2.1
Khmer or Cambodia is the language of Khmer people and, as expected, the official language of Cambodia. Khmer is the second most widely spoken Austroasiatic language with over 16 million speakers.
Khmer is also the earliest recorded and written language of the Mon-Khmer family, preceding Mon and Vietnamese.
Helps you install the Khmer Unicode font
Thanks to Khmer Unicode MacOSX Lite users that still have their system running Mac OS X 10.6.8 or earlier now have the option to install the Khmer Unicode font, KhmerOSX and NiDA Khmer keyboard layouts to they Mac.
To install Khmer Unicode MacOSX Lite you just have to download the light archive from our download page, extract and launch the installer, follow the instructions and make the needed changes under the Language & Text pane from System Preferences.
Quickly add the KhmerOSX and NiDA Khmer keyboard layouts
The Khmer Unicode MacOSX Lite package also comes with a PNG image files that shows you the keyboard layout and detailed instructions on how to install and configure your Mac in order to use the Khmer font and keyboard.
In addition, Khmer Unicode MacOSX Lite also helps you solve some of the most popular problems encountered with Khmer Unicode font.
If your Mac runs OS X 10.6.8 or earlier and you want to install Khmer Unicode and add the Khmer keyboard layout to your system, then Khmer Unicode MacOSX Lite is the app for you.
Reviewed by George Popescu, last updated on September 24th, 2014
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- Fixed space issues in Khmer NiDA V2, and renamed the layout name to Khmer V2
- Removed password from zip file
- Added Cambodian flag to Khmer V2
- Added Frequently Ask Questions into ReadBeforeInstall.pdf
Application descriptionKhmer Unicode MacOSX Lite comes in handy to users that work with Khmer Unicode on a Mac OS X workstations.Suitable for...