a fine display of character
The results were overwhelmingly that viewers were able to view both the Hebrew and Greek fonts if we used unicode fonts which are fairly widely used, such as SBL Hebrew or Ezra SIL for Hebrew and Gentium, Tahoma, Times, or Arial for Greek.
We'll try to remember to use these compatible fonts in the future on this blog, and would encourage others to do the same on their blogs when displaying Hebrew or Greek characters, especially if there are diacritics for Hebrew vowel pointing and accents and breathing marks for Greek.
And now, the poll will come a'tumbling down.
Categories: Hebrew, Greek, fonts