We are a group working on Persian POS tagger in university of Tehran. I am sending this email to know if anybody can help us in this field. Hi, I believe there are quite a few members of this list working on POS tagging. Could you give us some more details of your project? Perhaps that would
SIL International has recently released two new fonts, Scheherazade and Lateef, both in two versions of AAT (for Macintosh) and OT (for the rest). They are quite good. Check them out at: http://scripts.sil.org/cms/scripts/page.php? site_id=nrsiitem_id=ArabicFonts Yet more Arabic
Quoting Behdad Esfahbod [EMAIL PROTECTED]: - First, gives you our beloved standard Persian keyboard. So you can type standard Persian on any computer running IE, Mozilla, or Firefox. - Shows the layout for your convenience. - Makes it easy to convert back and forward between UTF-8 and
Quoting Behdad Esfahbod [EMAIL PROTECTED]: http://bamdad.org/~roozbeh/alef.jpg Smart! That can be useful in hex numbers written in Arabic script too. Indeed they want it to look like one letter, and don't want the Alef to be read as 1. Smart indeed! Put this on the list of
Quoting Roozbeh Pournader [EMAIL PROTECTED]: There has been a new Alef around for quite a while. Why do you say new? Alef is always written out that way as in numbered lists, 1 2 3 alif b j etc -Connie ___ PersianComputing mailing list
Quoting Julia von Rennenkampff [EMAIL PROTECTED]: but in excel weird things happen, e.g. Julia, Since right-to-left (using normal format buttons) seems to be working for you in Word, perhaps your version of Excel has a bug. There is actually a macro in Word (at least 2003) to force rtl when
Humm, would you check http://farsitex.org/? I think it worked in IE when I designed it. Done. It looks pretty well, only the non-link items in the left hand menu might not be much readable (or it might be my lack of perfect sight.) I have not had any trouble viewing the site with IE.