using Greek fonts

Jim West jwest at highland.net
Sun Sep 9 17:38:49 EDT 2001


hi- i tried this-- when i downloaded it i got an error message saying the
file was corrupt.


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.

Brent Hudson


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Jim West, ThD
Adjunct Professor of Biblical Studies
Roane State Community College

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