[B-Greek] 1st century e-mail format

Michael Baber illuminatiaries at yahoo.com
Sat Jun 11 15:37:51 EDT 2011


Good point, Jason. I guess it's really up to Mr. Robie if he wishes to code the CSS.


Michael G. Baber
illuminatiaries at yahoo.com
 

From: Jason Hare <jason at thehebrewcafe.com>
To: B-Greek List <b-greek at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Saturday, June 11, 2011 1:53 PM
Subject: Re: [B-Greek] 1st century e-mail format

I don't want all of my pages to appear with the same fonts, though. I
think site designers generally use the fonts that they want you to see
their page in. It's such a pain to switch on the override only for a
couple of sites. Why not, as designers of sites that are intended
specifically for Greek, encode the page so that people don't have to
make the rest of the Web look tacky? I don't want to use the English
set of the GFS fonts to override pages from the rest of the web.

Just my thoughts.

Regards,
Jason Hare

On Sat, Jun 11, 2011 at 7:14 PM, Ken Penner <kpenner at stfx.ca> wrote:
> In Firefox, the equivalent option is in "Tools," "Options," "Content," "Advanced...," "Allow pages to choose their own fonts, instead of my selections above" off. Then set the fonts above it to ones you know can display polytonic Greek.
> Ken
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>
> Ken M. Penner, Ph.D.
> Greek, Hebrew, Aramaic vocabulary memorization software:
> http://purl.org/net/kmpenner/flash/
> kpenner at stfx.ca
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