[sword-devel] First century Greek was unaccented as r Rapier's Greek fonts.
pythondrs at yahoo.com
Mon Jan 21 05:00:02 MST 2008
Sorry I missed the un in the subject of the last post. Of course
First Century Greek was also all caps. But tradition makes it
easier to read lower case. But I will not change to accents or
other human interpretation devices as they become available.
Concerning the Python Rapier version of the Sword
--- avolunteer DrStovallFoundation <pythondrs at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I am going to post this to the list because more people are getting
> interested in Python for the Sword project.
> --- avolunteer DrStovallFoundation wrote:
> > Rapier shows the Byz NT with unaccented Greek fonts on my N800 running
> > 2007 June os. I read the Greek NT on my N800 instead of a book whenever I
> > am waiting or traveling. I really appreciate your helping me so that
> > we now understand how to take the next step.
> > Love,
> > A Volunteer
> > --- Pierre Amadio wrote:
> > > Hi there !
> > >
> > > I hope everything is all right with you.
> > >
> > > I'm writing you because a guy asked me if rapier was able to read greek
> > > modules. I have no clue about that :)
> > >
> > > You probably already try to do so, may i ask you if it worked or fail ?
> > >
> > > Take care !
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