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Yale Chinese Support Site

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Despite some of my previous entries, it's a fact that I really know very little about Chinese writing (I think I can recognize the characters 1,2,3). But if I really had to figure out what was going on the first place I would probably go to is Yale Chinese Mac which started back in the Mac Classic days.

Ironically though, the site is no longer just Chinese on a Mac, but includes information on Chinese on Windows, Chinese on Palm Pilot, encodings, free fonts and more. Many mysteries can be resolved here. If only I could find one of these for every script!

URL: http://www.yale.edu/chinesemac/

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I am a Penn State technology specialist with a degree in linguistics and have maintained the Penn State Computing with Accents page since 2000.

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