JSesh version 2.11.5 brings a number of new features :
S. Thomas has sent me complete families for T, U, V... only five more, and JSesh will have an (almost) complete coverage of the manuel de codage.
Better menus for complex shadings (does not change JSesh capabilities, but makes them easier to use)..
Press the '#' key, and you will get a contextual menu offering shading options. Partial shading can be applied to a whole selection.
In some cases, you can not only copy data from JSesh, but also paste data to JSesh !
This means you can type a text in Mellel or openoffice, and paste back some hieroglyphic texts into JSesh.
Now, this only works with some picture formats and some word processors. A conspicuous absentee is MS/Word (at least Word 2008 on mac). The reason for this is that I hide the Manuel de codage encoding for the pictures in a comment. Now, Word transforms the pictures and the comment is lost. Mellel or Neooffice keep the picture intact.
You can read some documentation on this release.
Linux users I suggest you download version 2.11.6 instead. It contains a fix for a bug in OpenOffice on linux. In every other aspects, 2.11.6 is the same as 2.11.5, so Mac and Window users can keep downloading 2.11.5.