Pharr C group first question

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Timotheus
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Pharr C group first question

Post by Timotheus » Sun Jul 17, 2005 5:01 am

How do you Type your answers ( like lesson Twelve) in Greek text?

I have Tried [face='spionic]boulh/[/face] it doesn't seem to work. (without the apostophee before spionic.

also I have tried to type it in word it also reverted back.

What do I do?

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Re: Pharr C group first question

Post by Paul » Sun Jul 17, 2005 3:29 pm

Timotheus wrote:How do you Type your answers ( like lesson Twelve) in Greek text?

I have Tried [face='spionic]boulh/[/face] it doesn't seem to work. (without the apostophee before spionic.

also I have tried to type it in word it also reverted back.

What do I do?
Hi,

Just type in Betacode. After publishing the lesson, it will be re-presented to you in Greek (assuming you have Unicode font configured to your browser). If you are not seeing this, please let me know.

Do not use any Textkit-specific tags, e.g., no [face=], etc.

If you really want to type in Greek, you need keyboard mapping software like Tavultesoft's Keyman.

See my last reply to Diane in viewtopic.php?t=4148

Cordially,

Paul

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Post by Timotheus » Tue Jul 19, 2005 1:12 am

Thanks a million it works :) :D :lol: :!:

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