Unicode Polytonic Greek for the World Wide Web
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Unicode Polytonic Greek
for the World Wide Web

Version 0.9.7

D R A F T

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
    1. Introduction
    2. Table of Contents
    3. Quick Start Guide
  2. The Hows and Whys of Unicode Polytonic Greek
    1. Why Unicode?
    2. The Unicode Character
    3. Normalization Forms
    4. Unicode Encodings
    5. Non-Unicode Encodings for Polytonic Greek
  3. Reading Unicode Polytonic Greek
    1. Platforms with Support for Unicode
      1. Windows XP
      2. Macintosh OS X
      3. Linux with XFree86 4+ and Gnome
      4. Linux with XFree86 4+ and KDE
      5. Windows NT and Windows 2000
      6. Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, and Windows Millennium Edition
      7. Beos 5
      8. Macintosh OS9
      9. Other Operating Systems
    2. Unicode Fonts with Support for Polytonic Greek
    3. Web Browsers with Support for Unicode Polytonic Greek
      1. Mozilla, Netscape 6, and Netscape 7
      2. Microsoft Internet Explorer
      3. Opera 6
      4. OmniWeb 4
      5. Konqueror
      6. Netscape 4
      7. Amaya 6
      8. Other Browsers
    4. Text Editors with Support for Unicode Polytonic Greek and Input Methods
      1. Notepad (for Windows 2000/Windows XP)
      2. SCUnipad (for Windows)
      3. HTML-Kit (for Windows)
      4. TextEdit (for Macintosh OS X)
      5. WorldWrite (for MacOS 9)
      6. BBEdit (for MacOS 9, OS X)
      7. Yudit
    5. Word Processing Applications with Support for Unicode Polytonic Greek
      1. OpenOffice (for Windows, Linux, and Macintosh OS X)
      2. Microsoft Word 97, 2000, and XP (for Windows only)
    6. Web Page Editors with Support for Unicode Polytonic Greek
      1. FrontPage (for Windows)
      2. Mozilla Composer (for Windows, Macintosh OS X, Linux, and other operating systems)
    7. E-Mail Clients with Support for Unicode Polytonic Greek
  4. Publishing on the Web with Unicode Polytonic Greek
    1. Proper Markup of Unicode Polytonic Greek Texts
    2. Unicode Ranges of Interest to Classicists
    3. Character Charts
    4. Scripting and Programming Samples
  5. References and Resources for Unicode: An Annotated Bibliography
  6. Acknowledgements
  7. Appendices
    1. Tests for Non-Unicode (specifically, ISO 8859-1) Fonts
    2. Index

    3. Unicode Website: Greek and Coptic Character Set Map
    4. Unicode Website: Extended Greek (Polytonic) Character Set Map
    5. Unicode Website: Combining Diacriticals Character Set Map

 Unicode Polytonic Greek for the World Wide Web Version 0.9.7
 Copyright © 1998-2002 Patrick Rourke. All rights reserved.
D R A F T - Under Development
 Please do not treat this as a published work until it is finished!
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