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Signs by S. Rosmorduc, not included in the Pashed fonts
Here you will find signs I have created for various purposes : complements to the standard JSesh fonts,
new signs for hieratic transcription, etc.
|Distribution||Signs in the current JSesh fonts which do not come from S. Thomas's font (or have been modified)|
|Demotic and Hieratic||When transcribing hieratic texts, a number of specific signs, which have no hieroglyphic equivalent, might be of interest. Likewise, if one transcribes demotic in hieroglyphs, a number of fac-simile like signs might be interesting. Note: the present signs are displayed in the "left-to-right" orientation. So, in the original text, they would be reversed. For demotic, hieroglyphic transcription is not currently the standard practice (it used to be). But it's really useful to transcribe when learning demotic.|
|Other signs||Various signs.|
|various signs (15 august 2010)||Various signs: two signs created for some spellings of the word "ogdoad", and a corrected version of O141. The original O141 had the glyphs inside the pylon spelled in the wrong order (r:nw:t instead of r:t:nw). Thanks to Alain Fortier for the bug report (and the value of the sign :)|
|Unicode||Signs made either by S. Thomas (mainly) or adapted by S. Rosmorduc to cover the Unicode signs.|
|G1||A nice G1 sign I saw in Cairo museum.|
|sup1||There are still a few signs missing to cover the complete Manuel de Codage. Here are 78 missing signs. If I count correctly, the list of signs still missing for complete MdC coverage is around 50 now. Most of the signs are based on drawing made by S. P. Thomas. A few of them were already available, but I had forgotten to include them in the "standard" JSesh library.|