I use MS Word, the Palantino font, and the Keyman program with the Classical Greek keyboard/font (Keyman comes with this keyboard/font already)
You didn't ask about this (but it's so cool I have to tell you): Here's how I put unicode into my web pages:
- Type unicode Greek in MS Word using Keyman
- Save the doc as a *.doc file (to work with later in Word)
- Then save the Word doc as an *.html file
- Open the html file in your browser and view the source code
- Copy the source code and paste into the web page.
Check it out (upper right corner):
Test posting unicode gobbledy gook into a web page text box:
á¼Î½ Ï„Î±á¿–Ï‚ Îºá½½Î¼Î±Î¹Ï‚ á¼¦ÏƒÎ±Î½ ÏƒÎºÎ·Î½Î±á½·.
Test successful. Coolness factor above normal. However, while editing after posting, the unicode gook is turned into ascii gobbledy goop, which is fine if you don't mess with it; it will still repost just fine.