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Barry Hofstetter
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Post by Barry Hofstetter »

Just for general typing, I have found Multikey very helpful. It has everything the user could want for a polytonic unicode Greek font, and lots of other stuff besides. Some of the keyboard assignments are a bit idiosyncratic, but hey, what's not? :) I can only speak to the Greek at this point – I've never really used any of the other fonts, including the Hebrew.
N.E. Barry Hofstetter
Instructor of Latin
Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy
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Nigel Chapman
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Post by Nigel Chapman »

I've found this service to be brilliant (though slow on more than a few thousand characters). It follows normal betacode characters. More importantly, since I don't use Windows or Apple, it is nicely platform-independent.

The script is licensed under creative commons, so I've made a JQuery version; I can send a copy to anyone who would find it useful for their web projects.
"When eras die their legacies are left to strange police." -- Clarence Day
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