TR5 - Using Hebrew Fonts

If you use the Hebrew font that says (Hebrew Keyboard) that requires a Hebrew mapped keyboard layout (you can change your keyboard settings in Windows or Mac operating systems easily)
If you use the Hebrew font that says (Hebrew) this is mapped to an American keyboard layout and the characters are mapped per this legend 

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    Jennifer Dorfberger

    The Hebrew Keyboard option doesn't seem to be working.

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    Aaron Greco

    I'm sorry Jennifer. I'm not sure why it's not working for you. It's working on various machines Mac/Windows we've tested here... You can always type in another program and save as a JPEG and upload to TreeRing

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    Cressida Hanson

    The Hebrew font still does not work. We have tried with both Hebrew fonts, with and without Hebrew keyboard.

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    Debbie

    Hi Cressida - We will continue to test this on our end. In the meantime you can type the text in the text box in English, highlight it, and change the font to Hebrew.

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    Cressida Hanson

    Unfortunately, when I do so, the English word transforms into an combination of English & Hebrew.

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    Debbie

    Hi Cressida - Thank you for letting us know of that result. We will keep you updated and appreciate your patience!

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    Menucha Malka Pollock

    hebrew doesnt seem to be working for me.our book is almost ready to print,we are just waiting on that

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    Debbie

    Menucha - Please try adding a text box to the page and type the text in English. Highlight the text and then select the Hebrew font to change it.