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From: "Christine Shannon" <>
Subject: re: Cyrillic Font
Date: Sun, 18 Apr 2004 12:06:39 -0500
First, anything you enter as type is translated by the viewer's web browser
to their screen. So if you use any font that they don't have on their
system, their system will substitute another font. This being an unusual
font, my idea is that it would be better to make a graphic of the
translation and use that instead. That way it will display the same on any
browser- like a photo.
Next, I use Windows XP, and it does come with a Cyrillic font called "WP
CyrillicA." There are also Cyrillic fonts available online for download
online. Some free, some not.
I am not familiar with this language at all.
It looks to me like their surname and their first names are written once in
English and then once in this other language. But when I try to simply
change the font to the Cyrillic, it doesn't come out looking like what you
have written. So I don't know.
I think a simple alternative, if you are no more familiar with it than I am,
is just to hand print the translation more neatly than you have already
posted, and use that as your graphic on your page.
Hope this helps a little.
Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different
results. -- Albert Einstein
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