Related sites

My other sites

JSesh site on Sourceforge

JSesh is distributed using the free software repository called sourceforge. You will find all versions of JSesh and the JSesh sources there

Softwares using JSesh

Sites with information about JSesh

Sites using JSesh

Sites about hieroglyphic typesetting and Manuel de codage

Alternatives to JSesh

There are a number of other hieroglyphic wordprocessor available among which:

Mark-Jan Nederhof's software

Mark-Jan is a professor of computer science, and a respected expert in Natural Language Processing.

He has a number of very interesting tools for egyptian and hieroglyphs. They probably lack a bit of user-friendly polish if you want to create data for them, but they are very powerful.