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Query:   IPA on the Internet
Author:  Manfred Prokop
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Phonetics
Phonology

Summary:   FOR QUERY: LINGUIST 11.890

DEAR COLLEAGUES,

IN RESPONSE TO MY QUERY ABOUT RENDERING IPA SYMBOLS ON WEB PAGES I HAVE
RECEIVED THE FOLLOWING MOST HELPFUL REPLIES (MY GAWD, WHAT WOULD WE DO
WITHOUT HELPFUL FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES AND LISTS AND INTERNET AND ...).
THANK YOU, EVERYONE!

MANFRED

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FONTS CAN BE FOUND AT IPA'S WEB SITE: HTTP://WWW2.ARTS.GLA.AC.UK/IPA/IPA.HTML
NICOLE BOCKLET
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YOU MAY AS WELL VISIT THE FOLLOWING SITES IF YOU ARE A MS-WINDOWS USER.

IPA SYMBOLS, UNICODE AND THE WEB AT IPA'S SITE:
HTTP://WWW2.ARTS.GLA.AC.UK/IPA/IPAHTML.HTML

PROFESSOR JOHN WELLS' WEB PAGE
HTTP://WWW.PHON.UCL.AC.UK/HOME/WELLS/IPA-UNICODE.HTM

IF YOU ARE A MAC USER, I ASSUME THE METHODS INTRODUCED ABOVE MAY NOT WORK.
IN THE CASE OF UNIX SYSTEM, THERE EXIST OTHER PROBLEMS.

PLEASE ALSO READ

LL Issue: 11.917
Date Posted: 21-Apr-2000
Original Query: Read original query