Re: Re. Greek Fonts and E-mail

From: Paul F. Evans (
Date: Mon Jan 13 1997 - 12:38:01 EST

<html><html><head></head><BODY bgcolor="#FFFFFF"><p><font size=2 color="#000000" face="Arial">Ellen,<br><br>It wasn't clear from you post if you could view the what I sent as Greek text. &nbsp;However, in spite of a couple of foolish errors in my enthusiam, I received the post back from B-Greek with the Greek text in tact. &nbsp;Indeed all the accents and subscripts seem to be possible.<br><br>Because of the mixed results that the members of the list have in receiving the text, some as a scambled transliteration and others as authentic text, it would be somewhat rude to post in this form as a general rule. &nbsp;I simply wanted to &quot;test&quot; what I had found. One list member using Navigator did receive authentic text, but appears at present not to be able to reproduce the results.<br><br>Paul F. Evans<br>Pastor<br>Thunder Swamp Pentecostal Holiness Church<br>MT. Olive NC<br><br>&quot;Endeavouring to make use of &nbsp;NT Greek in a real life ministry!&quot;<br><br>PS. &nbsp;I include a copy to the List
in order to assure everyone that they will not be receiving scrambled messages to the list. &nbsp;I propose to waste no more bandwidth on the list with this topic. Thanks for your patience. &nbsp;Please e-mail me off the list if anyone needs to.<br>----------<br>&gt; From: Mike Adams &lt;<font color="#0000FF"><u></u><font color="#000000">&gt;<br>&gt; To: Paul F. Evans &lt;<font color="#0000FF"><u></u><font color="#000000">&gt;<br>&gt; Subject: Re: Re. &nbsp;Greek Fonts and E-mail<br>&gt; Date: Monday, January 13, 1997 12:11 PM<br>&gt; <br>&gt; <br>&gt; en arch hn o logoj<br>&gt; <br>&gt; kai o logos en pros ton qeon.<br>&gt; <br>&gt; <br>&gt; the first is in &quot;Greek&quot;, the second in &quot;Mounce&quot;<br>&gt; <br>&gt; What's it look like?<br>&gt; <br>&gt; Obviously. It does't come back in Greek in a reply.<br>&gt; <br>&gt; D'ya think you could do accents and subscripts??<br>&gt; Of course, it would probably be wise in a message to both post in <br>&gt; Greek and to
 transliterate.<br>&gt; <br>&gt; Ellen<br>&gt; </p>

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