Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="------------080507040900040904020903" --------------080507040900040904020903 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit I am using Kile to type/edit documents with both English and Hebrew. It would be really nice if the Hebrew characters were large? relative to the English. I have a hard time seeing the diacritical marks (Nikud). I can keep hitting the enlarge font key, but it would be nice to have a way to just set this, or go to a large size in one step. I am attaching a file so you can see what I mean about relative size. +++++++++++++++++ By the way, Kile is a wonderful program and you should give yourselves a pat on the back and if you have a Paypal account, I could send you something more satisfying. -- with all thy getting get understanding---Proverbs 4:7. The gentle art of being gentle---of kindness and forgiveness, sensitivity and thoughtfulness and generosity and humility and good old-fashioned love---have gone out of fashion. Ironically, everyone is demanding their rights, and this demand is so shrill that it destroys one of the most basic rights, if we can put it like that: the right, or at least the longing and hope, to have a peaceful, stable, secure, and caring place to live, to be, to learn, and to flourish---N.T. Wright. In the wildness of speculation it has been suggested (of course more in jest than in earnest),that Europe ought to grow its corn in America, and devote itself solely to manufactures and commerce, as the best sort of division of the labour of the globe---Thomas Malthus, An Essay on the Principle of Population Book III, Chapter XII. Arne Hallam College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 237 Catt Hall Iowa State University Ames, IA 50011 ahallam@iastate.edu Work: 515-294-5861 FAX: 515-294-1303 Home: 515-292-8739 --------------080507040900040904020903 Content-Type: text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit I am using Kile to type/edit documents with both English and Hebrew.
It would be really nice if the Hebrew characters were largeר relative to the English.  I have a hard time seeing the diacritical marks (Nikud).
I can keep hitting the enlarge font key, but it would be nice to have a way to just set this, or go to a large size in one step.

I am attaching a file so you can see what I mean about relative size.


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By the way, Kile is a wonderful program and you should give yourselves a pat on the back and if you have a Paypal account, I could send you something more satisfying.




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with all thy getting get understanding---Proverbs 4:7.

The gentle art of being gentle---of kindness and forgiveness, sensitivity and thoughtfulness and generosity and humility and good old-fashioned love---have gone out of fashion.  Ironically, everyone is demanding their rights, and this demand is so shrill that it destroys one of the most basic rights, if we can put it like that: the right, or at least the longing and hope, to have a peaceful, stable, secure, and caring place to live, to be, to learn, and to flourish---N.T. Wright. 

In the wildness of speculation it has been suggested (of course more in jest than in earnest),that Europe ought to grow its corn in America, and devote itself solely to manufactures and commerce, as the best sort of division of the labour of the globe---Thomas Malthus, An Essay on the Principle of Population Book III, Chapter XII.

Arne Hallam
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
237 Catt Hall
Iowa State University
Ames, IA 50011

ahallam@iastate.edu
Work:	515-294-5861
FAX: 	515-294-1303
Home:	515-292-8739
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