From: Nicholas Corduan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Aug 10 1998 - 10:43:57 EDT
Another simple way of doing it, if you're dealing with passages of texts
at least, is to design a graphic that has your text on it in the Greek
font you prefer. Any modern browser can read a graphic, and while it may
take some time to download, if you put it in .JPG format it's pretty fast
-- and generally much faster than any of the java script-type methods.
This method would be tedious if you were working with strand-alone words,
but if you're doing something like passage & commentary or translation,
this system works very well.
--- Nick Corduan "...there is as much dignity in tilling at a field as in writing a poem." (email@example.com) --Booker T. Washington
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