[b-hebrew] Hebrew keyboard & font size
crazymulgogi at gmail.com
Tue Jan 17 12:21:20 EST 2006
Did you try to install OpenOffice and see how that works?
I always use OpenOffice (an open source office program) on a Linux
system and it works great with any fonts (except for Hebrew vowels,
but that's just my laziness).
You can install OpenOffice on MSWindows too. It will soon beat
MSOffice in any aspect, not only price.
Apart from that, I don't know a thing about MSWindows.
2006/1/17, Paul Rembach <prembach at ourmail.ch>:
> When I try to change the font size of Hebrew characters in a document, the
> characters remain at 12 point size. This happens with all the Unicode
> Hebrew fonts such as Times New Roman, Arial Unicode MS, Ezra SIL SR and
> Cardo. However if there is another language in the same line, say English
> or Greek then its letters will change size correctly, but the Hebrew letters
> stay at 12 points.
> If the language displayed at the bottom of the Microsoft Word window is
> English when the text is entered, then the Hebrew letters will change size,
> but this is obviously an unacceptable way of entering text as it goes from
> left to right.
> Does anyone have a suggestion as to what setting I seem to have made or not
> made to cause this phenomenon?
> Recently I changed my system from a PC to a laptop. On the PC things worked
> properly. My software is the same on both machines, XP and Office 2000, with
> Tavultesoft Keyman and the Hebrew keyboard by David Perry, obtainable from
> his page "Fonts For Scholars"
> Paul Rembach
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