Yukon Place Names

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    Comparing version 13:36, 31 Jan 2011 by matt with version 13:37, 31 Jan 2011 by matt.

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    15 November 2007

    We can use Gentium, Charis & Doulos fonts for the accurate rendering of the native placenames, espcially with this helpful character picker as a selection tool: http://people.w3.org/rishida/scripts/pickers/latin/ Soooo much easier than any other method I've seen to find the characters one needs! Characters are shown in order of visual similarity. No more constant jumping back and forth from one section to another trying find that special X! (use the special ones a the bottom too, and copy/paste the results!)

    Next task: script to convert geonames {32} codes to the appropriate stacked diacriticals: ǭ̈

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    Matt.Wilkie@gov.yk.ca
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    Geographic Information,
    Information Management and Technology,
    Yukon Department of Environment
    10 Burns Road * Whitehorse, Yukon * Y1A 4Y9
    867-667-8133 Tel * 867-393-7003 Fax
    http://environmentyukon.gov.yk.ca/geomatics/
    -------------------------------------------- Updates 15 November 2007 We can use Gentium, Charis & Doulos fonts for the accurate rendering of the native placenames, espcially with this helpful character picker as a selection tool: http://people.w3.org/rishida/scripts/pickers/latin/ Soooo much easier than any other method I've seen to find the characters one needs! Characters are shown in order of visual similarity. No more constant jumping back and forth from one section to another trying find that special X! (use the special ones a the bottom too, and copy/paste the results!) Next task: script to convert geonames {32} codes to the appropriate stacked diacriticals: ǭ̈

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    Updates

    15 November 2007

    We can use Gentium, Charis & Doulos fonts for the accurate rendering of the native placenames, espcially with this helpful character picker as a selection tool: http://people.w3.org/rishida/scripts/pickers/latin/ Soooo much easier than any other method I've seen to find the characters one needs! Characters are shown in order of visual similarity. No more constant jumping back and forth from one section to another trying find that special X! (use the special ones a the bottom too, and copy/paste the results!)

    Next task: script to convert geonames {32} codes to the appropriate stacked diacriticals: ǭ̈

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    This revision modified by matt (Ban)

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    Update

    15 November 2007

    We can use Gentium, Charis & Doulos fonts for the accurate rendering of the native placenames, espcially with this helpful character picker as a selection tool: http://people.w3.org/rishida/scripts/pickers/latin/ Soooo much easier than any other method I've seen to find the characters one needs! Characters are shown in order of visual similarity. No more constant jumping back and forth from one section to another trying find that special X! (use the special ones a the bottom too, and copy/paste the results!)

    Next task: script to convert geonames {32} codes to the appropriate stacked diacriticals: ǭ̈

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