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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...
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.
Depending on what you need a glyph-or-more for, and if you are having problems (or) just want a simple graphic, one old workaround is to simply press your keyboard's Print Screen [PrtSc] key to copy y
I've come across a glyph I do not recognise. http://www.eramm.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/images/crosses.jpg
It could be a variant of S166 and is a lady's name - anyone any ideas?
Can anyone offer any more information about the 4-legged Horned Viper glyph, I-96?
Is this a custom glyph made in modern times, or does it actually occur in any ancient text?
Another bug fix: in column mode, empty cartouches made the program crash (stuff like <1--0>-ra-mn:n-xpr-<0--2>).
When using export as pdf, some latin text (accented text mainly) does not appear correctly.