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doc:en:transliteration [2016/10/12 14:14]
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doc:en:transliteration [2022/01/11 16:44]
dmorandi [Using a unicode font] typo
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 Normally, Unicode should solve all those problems((as I have written elsewhere, I feel that Unicode for Hieroglyphs is a whole different business)). So, currently, JSesh proposes choices to the user. Your personal choice will depend on what you want to do with your texts. It's quite likely that unicode is needed for most publications,​ for instance. Normally, Unicode should solve all those problems((as I have written elsewhere, I feel that Unicode for Hieroglyphs is a whole different business)). So, currently, JSesh proposes choices to the user. Your personal choice will depend on what you want to do with your texts. It's quite likely that unicode is needed for most publications,​ for instance.
  
-You can choose the way transliteration will be dealt with from the Preference ​menu.+You can choose the way transliteration will be dealt with from the Preferences ​menu.
  
 ===== Using a unicode font ===== ===== Using a unicode font =====
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   - Go to the “Font Preferences” Tab.   - Go to the “Font Preferences” Tab.
   - Select a font for transliteration   - Select a font for transliteration
-  - open the "advanced option", and check "​Unicode Transliteration ​fonts"+  - open the "show options" ​panel, and check "​Unicode Transliteration ​font"
 ==== Current problems with unicode fonts ==== ==== Current problems with unicode fonts ====
  
doc/en/transliteration.txt · Last modified: 2022/01/11 16:44 by dmorandi