Bulgarian Cyrillic keyboard on Mac OS X
Follow these steps to install a Bulgarian keyboard on your Mac OS X computer.
You do not need a physical Bulgarian keyboard, this works on any keyword such as a standard QWERTY keyboard.
You will be able to easily switch back and forth between this and your current keyboard.
We will install a phonetic Bulgarian keyboard, which maps Bulgarian letters to the sounds of English letters. With this keyboard active, you will get a Bulgarian "Д" when you press the English letter key "D", etc.
You can also use a virtual Bulgarian keyboard on screen (see below).
- Open System Preferences (e.g. Click on Apple menu then on System Preferences…)
- Click on Language & Text
- Click on Input Sources tab
- Select Bulgarian
To show a virtual Bulgarian keyboard on screen:
- Open System Preferences
- Click on Keyboard
- Check the "Show Keyboard & Character Viewer in menu bar" checkbox
- Click on the flag that is in the menu bar (right side) and select "Show Keyboard Viewer"
See the guides to install a Bulgarian Cyrillic keyboard on other platforms.