[sword-devel] Sharmahd Computing UniPad: a text editor for Unicode files
d.haslam at ukonline.co.uk
Mon Dec 31 04:25:46 MST 2007
Perhaps it wasn't so obvious unless you've tried it, SC Unipad comes with a
popup keyboard which can be used to type (with the mouse) from [almost]
every Unicode page - which means you can type script in non-Latin languages
such as Thai, Arabic, Hindi, Greek, Hebrew, etc.
That's why it is of significant potential use for Bible translators.
If Sword Dev [Windows] users need to touch up such a document, it is a good
tool to have installed.
The session time limitations are not too much of a hassle for the occasional
Ryan V wrote:
> No plain text editor is worth this much money. And session-time limits
> render any text editor useless for anything worthwhile. You'd be much
> better off using one of the many freely available plain text editors.
> On Sun, 2007-12-30 at 13:49 -0800, David Haslam wrote:
>> SC Unipad is a Unicode™ plain text editor for the Windows NT®, Windows
>> Windows ME®, Windows XP® and Windows 200X® operating systems.
>> http://www.unipad.org/main/ http://www.unipad.org/main/
>> +++ Displays about 54500 Unicode characters instantly without installing
>> extra fonts + On-screen soft keyboard + Over 60 built-in keyboard layouts
>> Character map for easy selection of any Unicode character + Import /
>> of over 60 codepages, encodings + Unicode formats UTF-8, UTF-16, UTF-32,
>> UTF-7, Compression Scheme, \u + supports Unicode standard 4.1.0 + and
>> more... +++
>> US$ 199.00 for a single user license!!!
>> However, it is free for personal use, but only session-time limited.
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