Re: A return to the fold, and a question.
|From:||Christophe Grandsire <christophe.grandsire@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, October 2, 2002, 23:32|
En réponse à William Annis <annis@...>:
> I left the list back in May when the rate of traffic was making it
> hard for me to keep up. It looks like things have slowed down a bit,
> and I can't stay away. :)
> Anyone know where I might find a collection polytonic Greek font
> images? I want to have some web pages construct classical Greek text
> on the fly with images, rather than force everyone looking at the
> pages to diddle around with 1) their system fonts and 2) their browser
> font config. Please, no one talk to me about Unicode. :) I regularly
> use computers that have a strange or non-existent understanding of
Can you make dynamic fonts? It works quite well on most browsers.
At worst, you could make the images yourself, with a program that can make
screen captures like Paint Shop Pro. Of course, this would be rather tedious,
so it'd be better that you do that with complete sentences rather than one
letter per one letter. It would also reduce the load of downloading for the
Take your life as a movie: do not let anybody else play the leading role.