From: Wayne Leman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Sep 30 2000 - 15:58:25 EDT
If any of the rest of you aren't seeing the Greek font on webpages with
Greek characters, the following might be relevant:
> Maurice, the Greek shows up just fine for me both with IE 5.5 and Netscape
> 4. Be sure you have the proper Greek font installed on your computer. I
> the one that seems to be the Internet standard, sentive to the HTML Greek
> font code I gave in my first message. Also, you might need to be sure that
> your IE is set to be able to read Western European languages (or whatever
> the setting is).
> Your screen shot is showing the English transliteration, not the Greek
> which it should if everyone is set up right.
> Attached is the Greek font I use which either came with my computer, or
> I downloaded it from the Internet. You can check the source code of my 2
> 4:6 webpage to see the transliteration correspondences.
> > At 18:19 30/09/00, you wrote:
> > >If you would like to see a simple example of how this is done, visit
> > >webpage of mine:
> > >
> > >http://www.mcn.net/~wleman/2co4.6.htm
> > Wayne:
> > The attached screen-grab will show you what appears in my IE 5.5 running
> > Win98.
> > Ditto with Netscape 4.7 except that paragraph meant to be in Greek is a
> > "bolded" version of what you see in IE.
> > Regards
> > Maurice
> > Maurice A. O'Sullivan [ Bray, Ireland ]
> > email@example.com
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