Archived - How to install additional fonts included with Mac OS X 10.3
Mac OS X 10.3
Mac OS X 10.3 comes with additional language fonts that aren't part of the default install set, but you can easily install them at any time, no matter what version of Mac OS X 10.3 you're currently using. These language fonts include:
If you'd like to install any of these fonts, follow these steps:
- Insert Mac OS X 10.3 Install Disc 3 (if you have install CDs) or the Mac OS X 10.3 Software Install DVD.
- If you have an Install CD, open the Packages folder that's on the disc. Then skip to step 4. If you have an Install DVD, continue to the next step.
- Note the name of the DVD on the desktop (such as "iMac Software"). In the Finder, choose Go to Folder from the Go menu, and type
/volumes/name of DVD/System/Installation/Packages
(where "name of DVD" is the name of your DVD), then click Go.
- Double-click "AdditionalFonts.pkg" to open the installer.
- Follow the onscreen instructions to install the fonts.
About additional Asian fonts
Your Mac OS X 10.3 disc also includes an installation package called Additional Asian Fonts, which contains additional fonts supporting Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, and Korean. This package is installed by default with Mac OS X 10.3. However, if you customized your original Mac OS X 10.3 installation and didn't install these fonts, you can install them later using the same steps above.
The AdditionalAsianFonts.pkg is located on Mac OS X 10.3 Install Disc 2 (for CD installations) or the Mac OS X 10.3 Software Install DVD.