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    QUESTION ABOUT WHAT'S THE NAME OF THE HEBREW FONT IS USED WITHIN THIS SITE

    DOES ANYONE KNOW THE NAME OF THE HEBREW FONT WHICH IS USED WITHIN THIS SITE?
    THANK YOU

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    Quote Originally Posted by bornagain999 View Post
    DOES ANYONE KNOW THE NAME OF THE HEBREW FONT WHICH IS USED WITHIN THIS SITE?
    THANK YOU
    Hi there,

    Welcome to our forum!



    I don't use a Hebrew font - I use Unicode which should work in any modern browser. If you can see it in your browser, you should be able to print it out. What exactly is the problem you are having? If you can describe it, perhaps I can help find a solution.

    All the best,

    Richard
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    hebrew font within the site

    When I copy and past the hebrew font it comes out different from the font, which looks like:
    תהו
    בהו
    חשך
    פנים
    תהום
    instead of like the one within the site. I was wondering what was the name of the hebrew font
    within the site, so I can download it. Evidently it's not a font preprogrammed in my font database,
    which is a new windows 7 desktop.
    thanks again

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    Quote Originally Posted by bornagain999 View Post
    When I copy and past the hebrew font it comes out different from the font, which looks like:
    תהו
    בהו
    חשך
    פנים
    תהום
    instead of like the one within the site. I was wondering what was the name of the hebrew font
    within the site, so I can download it. Evidently it's not a font preprogrammed in my font database,
    which is a new windows 7 desktop.
    thanks again
    Hi Bornagain,

    I copied the words from your post, and changed the size and the font to make these different examples:
    תהו
    בהו
    חשך
    פנים
    תהום


    To make the fonts look better, the first thing you need to do is make them larger. I used 6 on the drop-down in the edit box. Then you highlight the Hebrew words and choose different fonts like Ariel, Georgia, Times New Roman from the drop-down list. Unicode fonts all use the same Unicode codes to produce the Hebrew, but they look slightly different as you can see. You then can choose which ever you think looks best.
    • Skepticism is the antiseptic of the mind.
    • Remember why we debate. We have nothing to lose but the errors we hold. Who but a stubborn fool would hold to errors once they have been exposed?

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