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Re: Volunteers for verifying the quran data

>Since I'm stuck with Windows, I use Babelpad 
>(http://www.babelstone.co.uk/Software/BabelPad.html).  The nice thing 
>about this is that it displays the Unicode number and name of the 
>character under the cursor.  So when I use it to look at your text file 
>using your font, I can see both the font rendition and also see the 
>Unicode values of the data.  I expect an editor with similar 
>capabilities is available for Linux, but I don't know where.

Another nice program to use that shows Unicode codepoints automatically as you edit is UniPad: http://www.unipad.org/main/


Mete Kural
Touchtone Corporation