Czech and Slovakian signs
Thread poster: Yolande Haneder
Yolande Haneder  Identity Verified
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Dec 9, 2005

Hi!

One of my client is doing some testing on the compatibility with his computer of the czech and slovakian special letters.
Could someone type me down the letters of a Czech or a Slovak keyboard?

Thank you

Yolande


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Jan Kolbaba  Identity Verified
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Czech letters Dec 9, 2005

Hi,
here you may see czech letters:

a b c d e f g h ch i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z

A B C D E F G H CH I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

I hope I did not skip any

Regards

Jan


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Yolande Haneder  Identity Verified
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Thank you Dec 9, 2005

Thanks

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ROMAN MAJOROS  Identity Verified
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Slovak letters Dec 9, 2005

Hi, the Slovak letters are very similar to the Czech ones:

a b c d dz, d e f g h ch i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z

A B C D DZ D E F G H CH I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Roman Majoros
SLOVAKIA


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Yolande Haneder  Identity Verified
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Thank you Dec 9, 2005

I see there are a couple of signs more.

Yolande


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Not sure what you see - it depends on your system... Dec 9, 2005

Yolande Haneder wrote:

I see there are a couple of signs more.

Yolande


Yolande, just remember that you might see different things to what the two posters typed... This is a web page which has HTML code behind it, and that code is interpreted by your web browser. Now, depending on the settings of your web browser, it's version, and the type of the system you are using the display of the interpretation of that underlying HTML would be different (almost guaranteed there would be small differences on a complex page like this...). To be really sure about all letters in Czech and Slovak alphabet you need to get a display of these in form of an image and that image should be posted to this forum... Too much trouble perhaps? Besides, in both postings above there were characters that DO NOT belong to neither of the two alphabets.
I'll post the message with an image - but I'm bound to forget some

[Edited at 2005-12-09 13:53]


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webguru
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Here they are Dec 9, 2005

OK here they are - these are the "extra" characters that you need to add to the Latin alphabet to get the Slovak alphabet:


Slovak


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Yolande Haneder  Identity Verified
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Differents signs Dec 9, 2005

My client wants to use a new font and that's why he need characters to check on the new font. It doesn't matter wether one or the actually exists in the language, he just wants to be sure that the translation i would eventually send is going to appear correctly on his computer.

It is just a test to be on the safe side.
So far I hadn't any problem with such characters but I can't tell for him he won't.

[Edited at 2005-12-09 14:00]


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Yolande Haneder  Identity Verified
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Thank you Dec 9, 2005

I think it will be enough for a Font test.

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