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I've long relied on the free Gentium typeface, which has a simply gorgeous, highly readable polytonic Greek font, with diacriticals that I've always found quite easy to distinguish, both on the printed page and on the computer screen. I used to have a custom stylesheet to display all Greek text on the Perseus website in Gentium, because it's much easier on ...


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This is a very useful tool: "A Latin Macronizer" at http://alatius.com/macronizer. It automatically adds macrons to any Latin text, while highlighting ambiguous or unknown words, which you will have to check yourself. It mostly does a very good job, and saves a lot of time. Its author Johan Winge writes: "The expected accuracy on an average classical text ...


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