Sat, 18 Aug 2001 09:53:48 -0700
That's great news, Dan! I'm really happy (relieved) we didn't mess
things up for you. :)
N27U4 is actually in WinGreek encoding, so it requires that you have a
WinGreek encoding font. I'm working on a Unicode version currently.
It's done, except that the diacritics are uncombined and get combined
poorly by Windows's renderer. So I've still got to run it through a
script that combines the diacritics with the letters they modify, then
I'll post it for testing.