- Dear Hugoyoge,
although I know, that this is not a forum to be bothered
win2000 problems, I would nevertheless ask some questions
here, as we are all
awaiting the unicoded win2000 Syriac which means that this
support some other features as well if we change to it in
order to use the
So far I did not succeed
1) in getting the transcription needed for Semitic
languages: e.g. t with dot
below is available in the English distribution of win2000 in
the Arial Unicode
MS font only (somtimes with a fixed space after the letter -
as a result of a combination of a diacritic without zero
breadth???) but not in the Times New Roman.
I did not yet find the p with a macron (for Syriac ph).
2) The same is true for polytonic Greek, Armenian, etc.
Thus, is there a Times font available which includes these
subsets of characters
(no, I am unfortunately not able to make use of the nice
Where do you get information e.g. about the nice and easy
typing of Hebrew
Will it be possible to type Syriac on the layout of the
normal win2000 Hebrew
keyboard (semkath = x)?
Thank you very much!