From: Woody Smith (woodysmith_at_comcast.net)
Date: Wed Jul 13 2005 - 19:58:12 PDT
there was a Greek font (Newtgreek by Arthur and M. Kaprelian), that
allowed greek text to be used in Newton books but I don't know how
the book was made. The book is Hymn to Dionysos.
Hebrew would be more difficult since it reads from right to left.
On Jul 13, 2005, at 9:41 PM, Dan wrote:
>> While Hebrew is available, I can't read it and I don't think there is
>> a Hebrew font for the Newt. I'm slowly doing the JPS English
> I believe there is a Hebrew font for the Newt. However it is not
> possible to make a NewtonBook with it (since it only knows how to use
> the normal fonts.....or at least I don't know how to make it use
> installed fonts). So your only option in that case would be to put it
> in Newton Works. Then you could use the Hebrew font.
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