Reinstall Keyboard Input

Discussion in 'macOS' started by jonnylink, Sep 23, 2007.

  1. jonnylink macrumors 6502

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    I looked around a little and didn't see anything around here, but I am wondering if anyone knows how to put a keyboard input back onto the computer? A while back I deleted the Japanese input, but now I am going to Japan for a while and think it might be useful. Also, it looks like I need it to study Japanese.

    ...I need to get going on this because I'm leave in two months and I only started learning this month. Yikes!
     
  2. jonnylink thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Anyone even got an idea? Or even have a thought as to whether this is possible?

    Also, is my question clear?
     
  3. jonnylink thread starter macrumors 6502

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    One last plea. Anyone? Should I just reinstall OS X?

    EDIT: this was actually pretty easy. if you want something done I guess....

    So, to get a keyboard layout:
    1) back grab an install disc
    2) on the disc go to system -> library -> keyboard layouts
    3) on your hard drive open the same folder (system -> library -> keyboard layouts)
    4) drag the keyboard layout you'd like from the disc to the hard drive (you'll need admin privs to do this)
     

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