>> >From: IN%"blum at aeolus.ethz.ch" 29-NOV-1992 11:52:27.37
> >To: IN%"bio-soft at net.bio.net"
> >Subj: hebrew characters
> >Does someone out there know of software which would allow typing
> hebrew characters on a Mac or IBM computer??
>>> A company called Davka specializes in Hebrew fonts (some 56 of
> them in their catalog). They also sell specialized word processor
> software for editing/dictionary/thesaurus functions in
>> I'm not aware of free fonts, sorry. Anyone that is aware of them, I'd
> be interested, as well.
>> The info for the company is as follows:
>> Davka Corporation
> 7074 N. Western
> Chicago, IL 60645
> phone: 800-621-8227 or 312-465-4070
The Software Labs, a shareware source, lists a program called
INTEXT. I will just enter the blurb:
INTEXT is the forst trule multilingual word processor available through
shareware. Developed over many years by multinational programmers,
INTEXT allows you to word process in any one of the following
8 languages: Arabic, European languages, Farsi, Gaelic, Greek,
Hebrew, Polish, and Russian. This unique program has powerful
features but is easy to use because it allows you to view documents
on-screen before printing. Supports Epson FX compatible printers,
IBM Proprinter, and compatibles, and Epson LQ printers. Requires
512K and CGA or Hercules Graphics card.
865 - Arabic
866 - European Languages
867 - Farsi
868 - Gaelic
869 - Greek
870 - Hebrew
871 - Polish
872 - Russian.
The cost is $ 3.69 each plus shipping and handling. Since this is
shareware there is also the cost to the author if you like the
program. The number for ordering is 800-569-7900
8:00am - 6:00 pm PST.