JSesh news

Sinuhe

M. Kaan Eraslan, currently doctoral student in the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Études, has kindly sent me a version of Sinuhe for inclusion in the JSesh library.

Revised revised pack translit...

ok, there was a small problem in three of the fonts of the "pack translit". It's solved now, so, if the yod gave bad result with Word you can download the new version. It should be ok.

Revised version of "pack translit"

I'm happy to announce a new version of the "packtranslit" bundle.

Transliteration and Unicode : we all need to transliterate text, but we used to have all sorts of problems with fonts.

Mac OS X, java 8 and JSesh

JSesh currently uses a nice library, called Quaqua, to be more Mac-OSX compatible...

Quoting JSesh

Quoting JSesh:

Kuban Stela

The Grenoble Museum hosts the Kuban stela, a beautiful monument of Ramses II. Their website allows detailed examination of the text, and also has a nice translation of the stela by Bernard Mathieu.

New signs

M. Serge Thomas has just sent me a number of signs which cover the few missing codes in the Manuel de Codage. JSesh has now officially a complete coverage of the Hieroglyphica...

Latest Openoffice improvement

I have just downloaded Openoffice 4.1.0. At last, it has antialiasing on all glyphs copy/pasted by JSesh, which is a great news.

Latest Openoffice improvement

I have just downloaded Openoffice 4.1.0. At last, it has antialiasing on all glyphs copy/pasted by JSesh, which is a great news.

Brill font and Egyptology

Brill has published a font family for its publications.