Re: Declaration of Human Rights
|From:||Aquamarine Demon <aquamarine_demon@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, January 11, 2005, 7:30|
>>I thought I might like to translate the Universal Declaration on HumanRights into Senyecan (at least the preamble). I went looking for it
online and discovered a site that might be of interest to the group.
The site has the declaration in over 200 languages ("from Abkaz to
Zulu"), written in their proper script. If someone wanted to see a
substantial amount of a language, especially in a non-Latin script,
this would be a good site for that.<<
Ah yes, I love that site. When I was a member of the Amnesty International
club at my high school, I used that site a lot when coming up with flyer
designs to promote the club. They didn't draw many members, but I had fun
making them. :)
Anyway, that's an interesting tranlation exercise. I shall have to try it
>>Incidentally, I tried to look at the Navaho example, but a note saidI needed to download the Navaho font. I did this but still couldn't
view the text properly. What am I doing wrong?
I installed it and then refreshed the page, and it worked okay for me.
Sorry if this is obvious, but remember that you do need to install the
font in your Fonts folder (it's in the Control Panel). Failing that, I
The Aquamarine Demon
"There is much pleasure to be gained from useless knowledge." - Bertrand Russell
Do you Yahoo!?
Yahoo! Mail - Find what you need with new enhanced search.