[B-Greek] Font used?
Carl W. Conrad
cwconrad at artsci.wustl.edu
Mon Jul 2 05:11:48 EDT 2007
On Jul 2, 2007, at 1:06 AM, Don wrote:
> What is the font used in this passage of Romans 1:11? Is there a font
> that should be loaded?
> Rom. 1:11 á¼?ÏEURÎ¹ÏEURÎ¿Î¸á¿¶ Î³á½°Ï? á¼°Î´Îµá¿--Î½
> á½'Î¼á¾¶Ï,, á¼µÎ½Î±
> Ï"Î¹ Î¼ÎµÏ"Î±Î´á¿¶ Ï++á½±Ï?Î¹ÏfÎ¼Î± á½'Î¼á¿--Î½ ÏEURÎ½ÎµÏ...Î¼Î
> Îµá¼°Ï, Ï"á½¸ ÏfÏ"Î·Ï?Î¹Ï++Î¸á¿+Î½Î±Î¹ á½'Î¼á¾¶Ï,,
This is gobbledygook on my screen, and I can't make it anything else
by changing the text encoding of the message. I take that to mean
that you have not used a UTF-8 unicode font but pasted this text in
from another text on the web or on your own computer and the font is
not one that I have on my computer.
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Carl W. Conrad
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