“Also, a standard UTF-8 set of proofreading symbols until such time as preview is implemented.”
“You can use the UTF-8 trick there too, although I provided transliterations for each Hebrew phrase.”
“Anyone coming from the Web having trouble with the Hebrew, can change the encoding on the browser to UTF-8.”
“I'm more interested in building skilled teams within museums so that the intelligent content people aren't beholden to external media companies but rather their internal programmers who feel like they are part of the team and understand the overall mission of the museum as well as how to pull UTF-8 data out of a MySQL database.”
“It is being replaced by an extension, the UTF-8 encoding form of the universal character set standardized jointly as Unicode (first version 1991) and as ISO/IEC 10646 (first version 1993).”
“Any ASCII text that uses roman characters will likely survive fine unless UTF-8 gets supplanted by something.”
“However, someone above has pointed out that ASCII is already obsolete, supplanted by UTF-8.”
“UTF-8 or UTF-16 may fully supplant those two standards for encoding Chinese text.”
“For the past few years, DP has been strongly encouraging creating at least Latin-1 or UTF-8 plain text versions when there are diacriticals to preserve, and preferably also HTML versions along with the ASCII, so as to preserve formatting and diacriticals not to mention Greek, Hebrew, and illustrations.”
“The correct way to proceed is the same as for any other digitization project: make a master with the highest resolution practical in this case probably something like UTF-8 marked up in some way; HTML or RTF might be good enough, but if not some form of XML; render lower-resolution versions from that master as necessary; make it available at whatever resolution the reader can handle.”
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