From: Doug Ewell (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Oct 25 2002 - 14:02:08 EDT
<evlagoutaris at hotmail dot com> wrote:
> Most browsers do not support "Toned" Greek Capital Vocals and
> I can't find this code in Uni-Coding. If you can read greek
> the letters I'm reffered to are: Έ , Ά , Ύ , Ό , Ώ , Ί
> and Ή . Is there a code that I can't find?
But you did provide Unicode code points for these seven letters in your
Other letters with tonos can be found in the "Greek and Coptic" block at
U+03xx, in the "Greek Extended" block at U+1Fxx, or by adding U+0301
COMBINING ACUTE ACCENT to a base vowel.
As far as the browsers are concerned, it is likely that most *browsers*
can handle these letters just fine but many *fonts* do not include
glyphs for them. Go to www.unicode.org and click on "Display Problems?"
for more information.
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