Gregorius wrote:I'm learning the relative pronoun ὅς, and the feminine accusative plural requires an alpha with a macron, rough breathing mark, and acute accent. I cannot figure out a way to combine all three diacritics either with my custom shortcuts or with Manuel Lopez's Classical Greek keyboard. My best attempts seem to either push the macron off-center or merge the macron with one of the other two marks to create some weird hybrid: ἅ̄ς ᾱ̔́ς
Any advice will be most appreciated!
NateD26 wrote:If only we had the complete version of GFS porson used in Smyth and other grammar books.
Gregorius wrote:That works fine, too,...until you need an iota subscript as well. Does that ever happen in ancient Greek? A long alpha with rough breathing, acute or grave accent, AND iota subscript?
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