Writing Unicode Hebrew

Giuseppe Regalzi regalzi at infinito.it
Mon Dec 4 09:54:02 EST 2000


John Richards wrote:

> This is good advice, but while I can see it is easy enough to
> DISPLAY text in Unicode Hebrew, what I do not understand at
> present is how one can WRITE it with any sort of speed, in a
> word processor, for example. I presume it does not entail typing
> in the full Unicode code for every character or diacritical
> point. - ?

John,

you will find a list of Unicode editors and word processors here:

http://www.hclrss.demon.co.uk/unicode/utilities_editors.html

A few of these support hebrew -- even on Windows 98.

Hope this helps.
Giuseppe

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