From: Peter Kirk (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Aug 23 2003 - 20:02:28 EDT
I have just uploaded a third draft of my document "Issues in the
Representation of Pointed Hebrew in Unicode". This time the changes are
relatively small, mainly some clarification that the various typesetting
conventions I mentioned are independent. I have also added a couple of
illustrations which really are from the facsimile of L.
See http://www.qaya.org/academic/hebrew/Issues-Hebrew-Unicode.doc for
the Word document version (782 KB) and
http://www.qaya.org/academic/hebrew/Issues-Hebrew-Unicode.html for the
HTML version (252 KB). The Word document version is a more accurate
reflection of my intentions, and has tooltips to explain the character
name abbreviations which didn't go across into the HTML version. This
time there is also a PDF version generated from the Word document, at
http://www.qaya.org/academic/hebrew/Issues-Hebrew-Unicode.PDF (260 KB).
Please read this and comment. See also and compare with Jony Rosenne's
briefer summary at http://www.qsm.co.il/Hebrew/Hebrew%20Issues.htm.
-- Peter Kirk firstname.lastname@example.org (personal) email@example.com (work) http://www.qaya.org/
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