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Greek & Esperanto versions and displaying special characters

Hi all! First message and all, etc.

Just wondering if it's possible to a) get versions of these... ah, versions, with correctly displaying breathing/accents/special characters or b) edit the files behind them to included said items.

Cheers!
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Re: Greek & Esperanto versions and displaying special characters

I don't know anything about the Esperanto version so I can't help you there. For the Greek, there are some modules with accents and it is possible to use them in Xiphos by right-clicking in the text and going to Module Options->Greek Accents. If you reply here with which Greek versions you are looking at, I can tell you whether they have the option available or not.

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Re: Greek & Esperanto versions and displaying special characters

There shouldn't be any problems with the current Esperanto Bible itself, which was last updated in late March. If you have any sort of display problems with that release of the Esperanto Bible, then it's probably a font issue. In any case, we would need you to describe further what you are seeing/not seeing that appears to be in error, because it looks correct to me and to the Esperanto reader who requested that we update the orthography of our module to the modern standard.
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Re: Greek & Esperanto versions and displaying special characters

For some reason, all I get is 'cx', 'gx', 'hx', 'jx', 'sx' and 'ux' for the Esperanto special letters ĉ, ĝ, ĥ, ĵ, ŝ and ŭ.

And the Greek versions are: LXX, TR, Tisch and WHNU. If I'm missing something critical please let me know.

Thanks!
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Re: Greek & Esperanto versions and displaying special characters

*cough*


Ah, nevermind about the Eo version... I just had an older one (must've got it just before March or something...)
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Re: Greek & Esperanto versions and displaying special characters

Sorry for not replying sooner. I don't know of any way to get this forum to let me know when someone replies, so it's hard to keep track of.

Of the Greek modules you listed, only Tisch has Greek accents available. To turn these on, right-click in the text, go to Module Options and select "Greek Accents".
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Re: Greek & Esperanto versions and displaying special characters

Thanks! I'm installing it as we speak.
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Re: Greek & Esperanto versions and displaying special characters

Hmmm. Can't seem to get the thingies working. There doesn't seem to be an option for Greek accents in the Tisch module I got (about a minute ago, so it's up to date...).
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Re: Greek & Esperanto versions and displaying special characters

What options do you have?
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Re: Greek & Esperanto versions and displaying special characters

For Tisch, "Set module font"
For WHNU, "Set Module Font", "Strong's Numbers", "Morphological Tags", "Variants > All Readings, Primary Reading, Secondary Reading" (WHNU is there just for reference)
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