brent at riveroflifembchurch.com
Sun Sep 9 17:27:05 EDT 2001
I have found the easiest way to enter unicode in Windows is by using Tavultesoft's Keyman 5.0 (it is free for non-commercial use). Just add the classical Greek keyboard and then simply just type beta code, the accents are properly combined and the final sigmas are automatically converted when you add a space or punctuation. I have almost finished typing in the Didache in Unicode using this method and it is very easily done.
From: Paul Schmehl [mailto:p.l.schmehl at worldnet.att.net]
Sent: September 9, 2001 5:32 PM
To: Biblical Greek
Subject: [b-greek] Re: Ego Emi?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim West" <jwest at highland.net>
To: "Paul Schmehl" <p.l.schmehl at worldnet.att.net>
Cc: <b-greek at franklin.oit.unc.edu>
Sent: Sunday, September 09, 2001 8:03 AM
Subject: Re: [b-greek] Re: Ego Emi?
>oops paul-- its not Καιρετε - its chi not kappa.
Yeah, I'm still learning which keys are which with the Greek. For example,
the final sigma is the "w" key (which I would have expected to be omega),
and theta is the "u" key, which seems a bit strange to me. The "q", which
we use for theta, is a semicolon, "f" is phi, which makes sense to me as
does the "z" for zeta and "x" for chi, but the "v" is omega. It takes a bit
of getting used to. :-)
Paul Schmehl pauls at utdallas.edu
p.l.schmehl at worldnet.att.net
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