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Old 05-12-2011, 08:27 AM   #71
thomass
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Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Türkiye
Device: Kindle 5.3.7
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Originally Posted by yolbulduran View Post
osmn.mobi and Osmanlca Turkce Sozluk_86AC35DF.prc displays 131 instead of ı (instead of dotlessi)

all three of dictionaries you attached use s instead of ş (instead of scedilla)

I used the script in post #9 of that thread to correctly convert Turkish characters. Even with my conversion, Kindle DXG cannot display ş or ı or ğ (scedilla, dotlessi, gbreve) in instant-lookup display. There is no problem when using an ordinary dictionary.

On a Kindle 3 with 3.x firmare, my English - Turkish dictionary had no problem with special characters.



I am familiar with, and correcting Turkish character problems since Windows V3.0 with Adobe Type Manager (pre TTF era). There are special names for our Turkish Characters which Adobe gave:
ı : dotlessi
İ : Idotaccent
g: gbreve
s : scedilla
c : ccedilla
thanks for the advice.
hem yol olarak da gerçekten kısaymış. O şekilde bir tane çevirdim ve yukarıdaki gönderiye yükledim (osm-tr.mobi), deneyip yorumlarsan memnun olurum. (bana eng>turk değil de osm>turk lazım, eski dildeki metinleri okurken kullanmak için.)

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