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Title: Open-source IPA input method for Mac OS
Submitter: Brian 'Moses' Hall
Description: For users of Mac OS X 10.2 ('Jaguar') and later, I am pleased to announce
the availability of a free Unicode character palette input method for the
International Phonetic Alphabet. This palette is compatible with the
Hiragino font shipped with Mac OS, the Doulos IPA font supplied by SIL, and
other IPA Unicode fonts. The software enables point-and-click character
entry into Unicode-compliant software under Mac OS X. I hope linguists will
find it easy to process IPA symbols using it.

The software, its source code, and documentation are available:

Thank you for your attention.

Brian 'Moses' Hall (moses@blugs.com)
Learning Research and Development Center
University of Pittsburgh
Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics

LL Issue: 16.1672
Date Posted: 25-May-2005

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