David.W wrote:How to type ὰγορᾱ?
The last "a" should have a macro and an acute. How to type these two at the same time?
By the way, I have problem displaying ancient Greek correctly, for example in the post :Using Greek Characters
"As a demonstration of this. I will now switch from English to Greek Polytonic with the click of a button and back again after I type out the Greek alphabet as easily as the Roman Alphabet... Here goes...
Î±Î²Î³Î´Îµ Î¶Î·Î¸Î¹Îº Î»Î¼Î½Î¾Î¿ Ï€Ï�ÏƒÏ„Ï… Ï†Ï‡ÏˆÏ‰
and now swiching back...
abgde zhuik lmnjo prsty fxcv"
How to show properly those ancient greek characters?
Lex wrote:If you are asking how to type an alpha with macron and acute accent on the forum, I can't help you. If you are trying to do this in your own files, you can use the New Athena Unicode font (do a Google search for it). It has non-standard Unicode characters, including alpha with macron and acute accent. The problem then is trying to figure out a good way to get these characters into your files. I used the Character Map program (on Vista) to get the special characters, and then put them into a file that I can cut/paste from.
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