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arkadia

USA
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Posted - 14 Oct 2006 :  11:29:59  


Hello,

I have recently been playing around with the different polytonic key combinations, as shown on the instructions on this page: http://www.ellopos.net/elpenor/greek-texts/gr-pol-keys/greek-keyboard.asp . However, I cannot seem to find a way to make simultaneously both a makron and an accent mark (such as acute) over the same letter. Does anyone know if this is supported?

Thank you very much.


 

George

Greece
615 Posts

Posted - 14 Oct 2006 :  12:43:00  

 

Maybe you are a teacher? I think you can't do this combination; a makron is a philological direction, placed without normal accents.

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Thomas Dohling

India
11 Posts

Posted - 19 Jan 2007 :  01:37:58  

 

On accents... I can't get the accent on e in μηδεν (zero) in the BYKI study package. Perhaps George could help me on this?

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George

Greece
615 Posts

Posted - 19 Jan 2007 :  12:37:55  

 

Hi Thomas,

I don't know BYKI, but in Windows you can have a grave accent pressing ] + ε.

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Thomas Dohling

India
11 Posts

Posted - 21 Jan 2007 :  22:54:35  

 

I pressed ] + ε (] and ε) in MS Word and it appeared as shown; no accent appeared! Any solution? I used the Athena font, but the same thing happened when I used all the other 10 Greek fonts I have installed. What should I do now?

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George

Greece
615 Posts

Posted - 22 Jan 2007 :  01:45:58  

 

Have you installed polytonic Greek from Windows' control panel?

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