[KS] Old Hangul fonts for Mac

Donald Baker ubcdbaker at hotmail.com
Mon Apr 29 13:54:59 EDT 2013

You can find the "area a" through the Character Viewer available at the bottom of the language flag along the menu bar.

Look in the last row of Hangul Jamo/Tone Marks There  you will seeㆍ  It's Unicode U + 318D There's another one at U + 119E

However, I can't figure out how to  insert the area a into the usual syllable format. Does anyone else know? 

Don Baker 

On 2013-04-29, at 10:06 AM, Sung Deuk Oak <sungoak at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Dear Mac users,
> I am wondering how to use the old Korean fonts (which has lower a) for the Mac OS.
> As I have not used the Mac computer at all, this question seems to be so simple to the Mac users.
> But when I check the Hancom.com who sell the Hancom Office 2010, they do not support an edition for the Mac.
> Thank you for your help,
> Sung Deuk Oak

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