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Offline Stewart James  
#1 Posted : Saturday, August 1, 2020 2:56:33 AM(UTC)
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I am finding that the latest PDF documents in Observations are not rendering the Hebrew characters that I am used to in earlier PDF documents. There is a different kind of rendering which I think is called Fixdys?

Does anyone have any idea how I can rememdy this please? It makes the reading experience more difficult than I would like!

I should add that I am using the same computer for both the earlier PDF's with the correct characters and the later PDF's that show the errant characters!

I feel sure the problems lies with settings somewhere, but I cannot find the settings that might apply to resolve this problem!

I am aware it could also be to do with a newer and different version of the PDF's from the earlier ones?

Thanks in advance!

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Offline Bubsy  
#2 Posted : Saturday, August 1, 2020 9:47:16 AM(UTC)
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I think I have also seen what you are talking about - instead of seeing Yahowah's name in the four paleo-Hebrew characters marking a break in a chapter, I see Greek characters. And within the text of the chapters, when Yada mentions the Hebrew characters of a word, I see something else entirely than the paleo-Hebrew character mentioned. I have seen this occurring in all the chapters of Observations For Our Times and Coming Home in Our Time, both of which I have only been able to find on YahowahBeryth.com. It doesn't matter if I read it on a Macintosh or on a Windows computer. But the chapters on YadaYah.com do show the proper paleo-Hebrew characters properly, both when illustrating an example and in the little breaks within a chapter.
Ha Shem? I'm kind of fond of Ha Shemp, Ha Larry, and Ha Moe myself. And the earlier shorts with Ha Curly.
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