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- Author: Stephen Jovanovic
- e-Sword Version: 9.x - 10.x
- Suggest New Tag:: Hebrew, RTF Coding, UTF Coding
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Download Hebrew Chart.pdf Version 1
9.x - 10.x
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Hebrew, RTF Coding, UTF Coding
This is a table of the Hebrew Alphabet which has both the RTF and UTF coding.
Example of RTF and UTF coding of Hebrew Characters:
- Where the Hebrew letter, Alef is used, the RTF code is \'e0
- The UTF code for the same letter is U+0500 and etc.
When using the rtf code for Hebrew, please make certain that you include in the code for the language
- \f0 = English (Default) This you need not enter in.
- \f1 = Greek Language
- \f2 = Hebrew Language
With regards to font sizes, when entering it in as rtf code, the size you enter is in half points. Therefore, when you see \fs24, that equals to 12 points of the actual size of the font. Font at 40 half points equals 20 points and etc.
With regards to braces used, as seen in the above example, they keep the parameters of what has been placed in them. This means that the body of the text that is outside the braces are not affected.