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Time and time again, the use of any character in a post subject line or heading beyond the US-ASCII repertoire causes such characters to be incorrectly escaped. The entire site has to be UTF-8-compliant.
I am in need of your suggestions.
A little background is needed: the University where I work and study is using the Angel LMS. The biblical language professors are trying to find a font that could be standardized for both Hebrew and Greek.*
What are our options, considering the following requirements:
*They're open to using separate fonts for Hebrew / Greek if needed.
[EDIT] ** Through a secure LMS.
I'd appreciate your help.
Extra Signs and Dingbats
Korean Wansung Characters
Fullwidth ASCII Characters
Extra Roman Signs and Others
Unicode 3.2 Characters
This article is designed to list which Unicode blocks are supported by corresponding font and all of the features supported by Sharmahd Computing's UniPad.
Microsoft Windows 9x, Windows Me
Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, Windows 200X, Windows XP
WINE HQ, for x86-based Unixes, including Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris
Windows CE ≥
Microsoft Windows 3.x
Linux / X-Windows
Mac OS X
Palm OS ≥
Full BiDi support (Hebrew, Arabic, Thaana, Syriac)
Rendering of Arabic contextual forms
Separated rendering of non-spacing marks
Combined rendering of non-spacing marks (!)
Normalization (maximal decomposition)
This article is designed to list which languages are supported by corresponding Unicode blocks. The rule used here to list languages is to list under scripts that have either official status or are still in popular usage, ie. Azerbaijani officially uses the Latin script, but many Azerbaijanis still use Cyrillic extensively.