Japanese Language Kit 1.2

Author: Apple
Publisher: Apple
Type: Misc
Shared by: MR
On: 2014-04-14 23:08:19
Updated by: Amid
On: 2023-06-11 15:23:36
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What is Japanese Language Kit 1.2?

The Japanese Language Kit contains everything you need to easily add Japanese to your documents. You can even work with files created in KanjiTalk, Apple's Japanese version for the Macintosh operating system. The Kit lets you input, edit and print Japanese. You can type using either the roman or the kana keyboard layout. You can create brochures, posters, business cards, presentations and restaurant menus in Japanese. The Kit works as an extension to Mac OS software version 7.1 or later, which allows you to run Japanese applications. The Kit also contains Kotoeri, the same input method that is included with KanjiTalk. And it comes with three Kanji TrueType fonts.

Apple Computer, Inc. (1996). Japanese Language Kit 1.2.  www.claris.com/products/apple/japanesekit/ japanesekit.html

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Version 1.2 with demo applications (CD)
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System Requirements

From Mac OS 7.1

Compatibility notes

  • 5 MB of RAM (8 MB recommended)
  • 30 MB hard disk.space
  • Apple SuperDrive floppy disk drive or CD-ROM drive
  • System 7.1 or later
  • Application that is localized for Japanese or that uses WorldScript software technology

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