A Discourse Analysis of First CorinthiansRalph Bruce Terry
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Reading the Greek Font on
Netscape 6 and up and on Mozilla


Reading the Greek Font using Unicode

The Greek font (without the diacritical marks) used in this dissertation is readable in Internet Explorer, all versions of Netscape 3 and 4 (not on Linux), and Opera without any changes. However, if you attempting to read this in Netscape 6 or 7 or in Mozilla or on a Linux system, you will need to make one of the following changes to see the Greek text.

If you can see either of the following words in Greek font, you have either already done one of the above, or do not need to do them.

Teknia   |   Symbol

For more of the technical information on the problems of viewing fonts in various browsers, see http://hutchinson.belmont.ma.us/tth/manual/sec12.html.

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