From: Peter Kirk (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Feb 19 2005 - 18:01:34 CST
On 19/02/2005 21:25, Simon Montagu wrote:
> Kids in Israel certainly do this in text messages. So do marketers:
> names of companies in Hebrew on billboards etc. often mix Latin
> letters in Hebrew words, or add Hebrew vowels to Latin acronyms.
It would be interesting to see some examples of how this last one is
done. Presumably left to right. And it looks like a challenge for font
developers. John, can SBL Hebrew render this? For that matter, does
Uniscribe allow it?
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