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Section 1 of Grammar completed.....

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Section 1 of Grammar completed.....

Oct-01-2000 at 10:12 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

Shlama all,

Section 1 (Proclitics) of the Grammar is completed.

I would appreciate any comments on the style of the section. Is this a good way to present the information? Is it adequate for both experienced linguists and beginners?

Does the Estrangelo font show properly on your browser (if you have downloaded and installed it)?

Once again, you may have to reload your page in order to see the new hyperlink to Section 1.

Thanks for all the feeback!


Shlama w'Burkate,
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1. Aramaic Grammar

Oct-02-2000 at 07:23 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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Shlama Akhi Paul -

Thanks so much for this , for me this is so very much easier than Aramaic Made EZ, which has helped me plenty - but I already find your structure and arrangement so much easier to follow. Some folks may need to recognize that they really do need to download and install the V1.1 Estrangelo font though - especially if they had an earlier version (say 1.0) installed (like me).

Anyway, this is really terrific and I just love it almost as much as the Interlinear - thanks again!

Shlama w'Burkate
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2. RE: Aramaic Grammar

Oct-02-2000 at 09:11 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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I love this grammar too Akhi Paul. Although, I have downloaded these fonts several times and still get the English lettering where the Aramaic should be. Is there some way to activate this program to convert it?

All that happens is that options PRINT and DONE appear. Printing it does nothing and DONE exits out of it...it just doesn't "boot up" the way the Adobe does on the interlinear.

Can you please help???

Shlama w'burkate
Andrew Gabriel Roth

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3. Sorry Akhi!

Oct-02-2000 at 09:31 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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Shlama Akhi Andrew,

Sorry....this is my goof-up. I should have put detailed instructions on that page about what to do once you have downloaded the font. I will update the page immediately.

Here are the instructions:

Windows PC Download Instructions:
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(1) Download the font.

(2) In Windows, click on Start. Then select Settings and then Control Panel.

(3) In the Control Panel window you will find an icon named Fonts. Double click on it. It will open a new window.

(4) Go to the File menu and select "Install New Font." It will open another window.

(5) In the folder panel, browse to the directory where you downloaded Estrang2.ttf (e.g. C:\Temp.)

(6) Highlight the file name (Estrang2.ttf) and then Select OK.

Mac Download Instructions:
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(1) Download file.
(2) Place the font in the "Fonts" folder, inside the "System" folder.

Now the font has been installed. Restart your browser and you should be able to see the page properly.

Thanks for pointing this out......I'm going to updated that page immediately.


Shlama w'Burkate,
Paul

>I love this grammar too Akhi
>Paul. Although, I have
>downloaded these fonts several times
>and still get the English
>lettering where the Aramaic should
>be. Is there some
>way to activate this program
>to convert it?
>
>All that happens is that options
>PRINT and DONE appear. Printing
>it does nothing and DONE
>exits out of it...it just
>doesn't "boot up" the way
>the Adobe does on the
>interlinear.
>
>Can you please help???
>
>Shlama w'burkate
>Andrew Gabriel Roth


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4. RE: Sorry Akhi!

Oct-03-2000 at 04:29 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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No problem Akhi Paul!!!

It's working beautifully now.

Shlama w'burkate
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