Jason Hare wrote:Hello, Orrin, and welcome to B-Greek.
Which post are you talking about not being clear enough? Maybe we can clarify things for you. Are you aware that Windows has its own native polytonic Greek keyboard and that you don't need to use any third-party software from Logos (or any other company) in order to use polytonic Greek?
Just wanted to say "hi" and "welcome" and wish you well in your learning.
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