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Slovo


This site tells you how to make your PC write in Slavic, Cyrillic and East Central European languages.
Please note that some information is available in German language only.


Table of Contents


Click the language symbol after every subject to go to the appropriate page.

Basics

Modern Slavic languages in Windows 3.1 and 3.11 Information given in German language
Modern Slavic languages in Windows 95, 98 and NT Information given in German language Information given in English language
Modern Slavic languages in Linux Information given in English language
Modern Slavic languages on Apple Macintosh computers Information given in English language

Software

Overview on East European codepages and links to free fonts for Windows 3.1 Information given in English language
Free Unicode fonts for Windows 95/98 and NT that contain Cyrillic and East European characters. Also for use in Linux. Information given in English language
Useful tools and utilities for multilanguage text processing Information auf Englisch
Information on XSerif font family Information given in English language
Macros for Microsoft Word for Windows for multilingual text processing and transliteration Information given in German language
See also the section Commercial software vendors at our link page

Special interest

Old Church Slavonic and Old Russian Information given in German language Information given in Russian language
Transliteration of Cyrillic text Information given in German language Information given in English language
Accented Cyrillic characters Information given in German language

Theoretical remarks

What are charsets, codepages, what is Unicode? Information given in German language
Encoding of Old Slavic characters in UNICODE Information given in Russian language
See also the section References at our link page

Practice

Common Questions and answers Information given in German language
Special Problems and Solutions Information given in German language
How some standard application programmes support multilingual text processing Information given in German language
Does your web browser properly support Cyrillic and East European encodings? Check it! Information given in English language

Links

Links to related sites Information given in English language

© Christoph Singer 1998. Last update Apr 9 2000.

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