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SEALang.net: For learners of Southeast Asian Languages

January 27, 2010 by Sue Weier

Students of Southeast Asian languagues will want to visit the The Southeast Asian Languages Library
at http://www.sealang.net/library.  It is highly recommended as an excellent set of online dictionaries for mainland Southeast Asian languages.  This website provides "bilingual and monolingual dictionaries, monolingual text corpora, aligned bitext corpora, and a variety of tools for manipulating, searching, and displaying complex scripts." Read more »

Multi-language computing in LSS Facilities

February 6, 2009 by Sue Weier

General Information for PCs and Macs

LSS strives to provide multi-language features for the many language departments and courses in the College of Letters and Science. LSS facilities include the LSS Infolab (464 Van Hise) and the 2nd floor computer classrooms (250, 259a, and 274 Van Hise). Read more »

Foreign character key combinations (Macintosh)

January 5, 2009 by Sue Weier

The attached document displays two types of key combinations often used when composing non-English documents on a Macintosh.

The Microsoft Word key combinations are a combination of Alt and a letter. These combinations may not work in the rest of the Office Suite. You can use these key combinations when you have an English keyboard selected.

The Macintosh key combinations are a combination of the option key and a letter. These key combinations will work in most Windows applications.

Foreign character key combinations (PC)

January 5, 2009 by Sue Weier

The attached document displays two types of key combinations often used when composing non-English documents in Windows.

The Microsoft Word key combinations are a combination of Ctrl-Alt and a letter. These combinations may not work in the rest of the Office Suite. You can use these key combinations when you have an English keyboard selected.

The Windows key combinations are a combination of an Alt key and a number. You may have to use the number pad on your keyboard to enter the number. These key combinations will work in most Windows applications.

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