Ua ho‘omaka ko ka Hale Kuamo‘o i ka hana pualu me ko Apple Computer, Inc. ma ka makahiki 1993 no ka pono o ka ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i. Mai ia wā a i kēia manawa, ua kōkua a kāko‘o nui ‘ia ka ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i i nā limhana o ia hui ‘enehana. No ia kumu, ua nui nā kumuwaiwai i loa‘a mai no ke kikokiko, pa‘i a ho‘ohana ‘ana i ka ‘ōnaehana Macintosh ma ka ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i.
Hale Kuamo‘o began working with Apple Computer, Inc. in 1993 for the benefit of the Hawaiian language. From that time until today, the employees of this technology company have provided much assistance and support to the Hawaiian language. For this reason, there are many resources available so that you can type, print and use Hawaiian language using the Macintosh operating system.
On August 24, 2002, Apple Computer shipped OS 10.2, also known as "Jaguar." Included in this release was native, system level support for Hawaiian, in the form of a Hawaiian keyboard and inclusion of the ‘okina and kahakō in a number of the fonts that ship with OS 10.2. Read a press release regarding this development here. Later versions of Macintosh OS X included localized date and time strings as well as Hawaiian sorting routines.
E kāomi ma luna o nā pihi ho‘olele ma luna a‘e no ka ‘ike hou e pili ana i nā kumuwaiwai Macintosh i hiki ke ho‘oili ‘ia mai ke Kualono
Click on the navigation buttons above to read more information about the Macintosh resources that you can download from Kualono.
E ‘olu‘olu, mai kelepona a leka uila mai paha i ka Hale Kuamo‘o me ke noi kōkua no ka ho‘ouka a me ka ho‘ohana ‘ana i kēia mau kumuwaiwai ‘enehana.
Please do not call or email the Hale Kuamo‘o with requests for assistance in the installation or use of these technology resources.