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Hi Jonathon:

I'm primarily interested in Attic Greek, as my current concentration is on
the works of Aristotle, and even more particularly in his Organon collection
(probably the best relational database design book ever written, once you
figure out what he's getting at with that in mind). Unfortunately, I'm
installing many, many bits of software on a new installation piece by piece,
so likely won't be able to test it for real until perhaps next weekend as,
surprise, it's not the major thing I need to get working.

One of my (other and many) gripes related to Attic Greek is that the same
distinctions aren't very consistent in the font glyphs I have - I prefer the
ancient form of the circumflex rather than the modern form which looks to me
like a misplaced tilde. I guess I'm just too old to be satisfied anymore.

I'll try to remember to post back on how well this all works when I get a
chance. As I said earlier, it never occurred to me that anyone else had any
interest in this stuff.


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