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Greek Polytonic Key Combinations

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Please note:  + means that you hold two keys pressed simultaneously
& means that you release the previous two keys and you press the key of the letter.
E.g. to write alpha with iota subscript (αΎ³) there is the combination Shift + [ & letter
That means: you press shift, you hold it pressed while you press also [. Then you release both shift and [, and you press alpha.

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Diacritic Marks
 

Daseia  

Daseia Oxeia 

Daseia Oxeia Ypogegrammeni 

Daseia Perispomeni 

Daseia Perispomeni Ypogegrammeni 

Daseia Vareia 

Daseia Vareia Ypogegrammeni 

Daseia Ypogegrammeni 

Dialytika (plain) 

Dialytika Oxeia 

Dialytika Perispomeni 

Dialytika Vareia 

Makron 

Oxeia 

Oxeia Ypogegrammeni 

Perispomeni 

Perispomeni Ypogegrammeni 

Psili 

Psili Oxeia 

Psili Oxeia Ypogegrammeni 

Psili Perispomeni 

Psili Perispomeni Ypogegrammeni  

Psili Vareia 

Psili Vareia Ypogegrammeni 

Psili Ypogegrammeni 

Vareia 

Vareia Ypogegrammeni 

Vrachy 

Ypogegrammeni 

 

Punctuation Marks
 

Ano & kato teleia 

Ano Teleia 

Aposiopitika 

Aristera Eisagogika 

Dexia Eisagogika 

Erotimatiko 

 

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