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Leopard Technical Notes
Internationalization is the process of designing software to accommodate multiple locales and creating user-interface content that is easy to localize. The Cocoa frameworks in Mac OS X do much of the internationalization work of developers for them. Mac OS X services in Carbon, Cocoa, and Core Foundation help developers internationalize their software and manage locales in a consistent manner.

A guided introduction to internationalizing software for Mac OS X.   Essential information for developers designing software for multiple locales.  
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Multilingual Text Engine Frequently Asked Questions (HTML) (日本語 HTML)
TN2026: A list of frequently asked questions for the Multilingual Text Engine (MLTE).
Carbon 2005-09-12
Glyph Access Protocol (HTML) (日本語 HTML)
TN2079: How to support unencoded glyphs using the TSM, ATSUI and Cocoa.
Carbon 2003-05-06
Installable Keyboard Layouts (HTML) (日本語 HTML)
TN2056: Explains how to define a Unicode keyboard via an XML text file.
Carbon 2002-09-27
How to use the ATSUI Low Level APIs to get glyph outlines (HTML) (日本語 HTML)
TN2033: Covers the ATSUI low-level APIs.
Carbon 2001-11-26
The Euro Currency Symbol (HTML) (日本語 HTML)
TN1140: The available information about Mac OS and Mac Mac OS X Server support for the Euro currency symbol.
Localization 2000-01-01