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Books

Man and Woman, One in Christ: An Exegetical and Theological Study of Paul's Letters

Man and Woman, One in Christ, the latest book by Philip Payne. Signed copy only $19.99 plus shipping. Also see  NT essays by Payne, available for free download.


The Codex Vaticanus open, showing that each leaf has its original shape

Bibliorum Sacrorum Graecorum Codex Vaticanus B is the only color facsimile of the oldest surviving manuscript of virtually the entire Bible in Greek. It was written about A.D. 350 and is regarded as the most important manuscript of the Greek Bible. The photographic quality and color reproduction is amazingly faithful to the original. Most of the 450 numbered copies printed for sale have already been sold, so availability is limited. The $5540 price includes express shipping and insurance.


Codex Sinaiticus Facsimile, available for a short time for $475.

Codex Sinaiticus facsimile, The remarkably clear color facsimile of the fourth-century Codex Sinaiticus of all the NT and half of the LXX plus Tobit, Judith, 1 and 4 Maccabees, Wisdom, Sirach, Barnabas, and the Shepherd is available for a limited time for $399, Order Form. We believe this is by far the best price available anywhere. The list price is $799. Shipping the 32 lb box by UPS ground is $59 within the USA 48 states. Shipping to the UK is $79 and $133 to all other western Europen countries, Australia, Egypt, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Japan, Singapore. 828 pages 13.5 x 16.5 in., cloth with slipcase. ISBN: 9781598565775


Le manuscrit B de la Bible

Le manuscrit B de la Bible, probably the most important book on Codex Vaticanus ever written, with PB Payne's historic chapter on Distigmai. Only $49.95 plus shipping.


LaserGreek® in Unicode


Now get world-famous LaserGreek fonts in a Unicode-encoded version!

LaserGreek in Unicode is available for Windows for Windows

LaserGreek in Unicode is available for Macintosh for Macintosh

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LaserGreek® in Unicode™ provides professional-quality, Unicode-encoded Greek fonts in TrueType® OpenType® format for Biblical and classical (polytonic) and modern (monotonic) Greek. The Greek fonts include all standard accents, breathing marks, iota subscripts and diereses used in Biblical and classical Greek. Because the LaserGreek in Unicode (hereafter LaserGreekU) fonts include separate composite forms of each vowel with each diacritic combination, every letter shape and diacritic position is perfectly positioned, including the iota subscript directly below the left leg of the eta. Omegas and alphas, with or without diacritics, are wider than in our older non-Unicode-encoded LaserGreek and LaserGreek II Greek fonts, and iotas are narrower. (See below for a comparison of non-Unicode SymbolGreek II with the new SymbolGreekU and SymbolGreekTU Greek fonts.) The LaserGreekU fonts are distinctive in that they also include the Nestle-Aland, UBS, Leiden, many TLG text-critical symbols and sigla, extra characters for epigraphical and textual studies, and arrows for indicating papyrus grain direction. In addition, eleven of the fonts (SymbolGreekMetU, SymbolGreekTMetU, GraecaUBSMetU, OdysseaU, OdysseaUBSU, HellenicaU, HellenicaCU, and the four TeubnerLSU fonts) also include metrical long and short marks with all breathing marks and accents. The four TeubnerLSU fonts also include 78 special characters not included in any other of the fonts. All the Greek fonts also include superscript and subscript numbers, the Latin 1 character set and additional Latin characters and diacritics covering many other languages.

Languages covered by LaserGreek in Unicode Greek fonts

Languages covered by LaserGreek in Unicode Greek fonts

bulletAfrikaans bulletEnglish bulletIcelandic bulletSpanish
bulletBasque bulletFinnish bulletIndonesian bulletSwedish
bulletCatalan bulletFrench bulletItalian    plus additional
bulletDanish bulletGerman bulletNorwegian    languages covered
bulletDutch bulletGreek bulletPortuguese    by code page 1252

Product Sets Available in the LaserGreek in Unicode Product Series

Product Sets Available in the LaserGreek in Unicode Product Series

Individual sets cost US$99.95; each additional LaserGreekU set purchased for that platform (Windows or Macintosh) at the same time is $50; or purchase all ten sets together for one platform as LaserGreek Professional in Unicode for $249.95. Order

See Font Samples below.

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Combination Products and Discounts

Combination Products and Discounts

LaserGreek in Unicode is also available in combination packages at discounted prices:

For even greater discounts see LaserScholar's Package and LaserScholar's Package Pro.

Order the above combinations on the Order Form.

Be sure you read the System Requirements (below) for Windows or for Macintosh before ordering.

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Font Samples

A single font sample is shown below for each font. Links to additional font samples will open in a new browser window and will give you a greater appreciation for the beauty and variety of these Greek fonts. These additional samples will show you critical apparatus, the variant letterforms, archaic letters, all vowels with accents and breathing marks, the extra characters in these fonts used for epigraphical and textual studies, the Latin 1 character set, and more. The additional SymbolGreekMetU, SymbolGreekTMetU, GraecaUBSMetU, OdysseaU, OdysseaUBSU, HellenicaU, HellenicaCU, and the four TeubnerLSU samples will also show the metrical long and short marks with all breathing marks and accents. These samples are on separate popup pages because the graphics are quite large and will open slowly if you have a slow dial-up connection to the Internet.

bullet LaserGreek SymbolGreekU in Unicode $99.95 (or $50 when ordered with another full-priced LaserGreekU set for that platform) Order

These four Greek fonts were developed from the Linguist’s Software font data that was used to publish the Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece, 27th edition. The SymbolGreekTU font is being used to produce the Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece, 28th edition. The fonts include all standard accents, breathing marks, iota subscripts and diereses used in Biblical and classical Greek, plus the Nestle-Aland, UBS, Leiden, and many TLG text-critical symbols and sigla, plus extra characters used for epigraphical and textual studies. The two "MetU" font samples include the metrical long and short marks with all breathing marks and accents.

  • SymbolGreekU, a standard classical Greek typeface with crescent moon shaped circumflex accents, in plain, bold, italic, and bold-italic.
    SymbolGreekU font sample
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  • SymbolGreekTU, the font being used to produce the Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum, 28th edition, with tilde-shaped circumflex accents (perispomeni), in plain, bold, italic, and bold-italic. (See below for a testimonial.)
    SymbolGreekTU font sample
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  • SymbolGreekMetU, a standard classical Greek typeface with crescent moon shaped circumflex accents, in plain, bold, italic, and bold-italic. This is the same typestyle as SymbolGreekU, but includes the metrical long and short marks with all breathing marks and accents. The addition of these characters increases the line-spacing of the font.
    The SymbolGreekMetU font includes metrical long and short marks with all breathing marks and accents.

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  • SymbolGreekTMetU the font style of the Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece, with tilde-shaped circumflex accents (perispomeni), in plain, bold, italic, and bold-italic. This is the same typestyle as SymbolGreekTU, but includes the metrical long and short marks with all breathing marks and accents. The addition of these characters increases the line-spacing of the font.
    The SymbolGreekTMetU font includes metrical long and short marks with all breathing marks and accents.
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bullet LaserGreek OdysseaU in Unicode $99.95 (or $50 when ordered with another full-priced LaserGreekU set for that platform) Order

These two fonts include all standard accents, breathing marks, iota subscripts and diereses used in Biblical and classical Greek, plus the Nestle-Aland, UBS, Leiden, and many TLG text-critical symbols and sigla, plus metrical long and short marks with all breathing marks and accents.

  • OdysseaU, a standard classical Greek typeface with tilde-shaped circumflex accents (perispomeni), in plain, bold, italic, and bold-italic.
    OdysseaU font sample
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  • OdysseaUBSU, is the font style of the bold text in the UBS Greek New Testament, 1st through 3rd Editions, and is provided in plain, bold, italic, and bold-italic.
    OdysseaUBSU font sample
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bullet LaserGreek TeubnerLSU in Unicode $99.95 (or $50 when ordered with another full-priced LaserGreekU set for that platform) Order

These four fonts are modeled after the classic Teubner design, but are modified for consistency. They include all standard accents, breathing marks, iota subscripts and diereses used in Biblical and classical Greek, plus the Nestle-Aland, UBS, Leiden, and many TLG text-critical symbols and sigla, plus metrical long and short marks with all breathing marks and accents. All four TeubnerLSU fonts also include 78 additional special characters not included in any other of the LaserGreekU fonts. (See these unique characters on a popup by clicking on each "unique characters" links below.)

  • TeubnerLSU is modeled after the classic Teubner design, but modified for consistency. It has tilde-shaped circumflex accents (perispomeni), and is provided in plain and bold. TeubnerLSU includes 78 unique characters not in the other LaserGreekU font sets.
    TeubnerLSU font sample
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  • TeubnerLSCU is the same as TeubnerLSU above, but has crescent moon shaped circumflex accents. It is provided in plain and bold. TeubnerLSCU includes 78 unique characters not in the other LaserGreekU font sets.
    TeubnerLSCU font sample
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  • TeubnerVerticalU is a vertical form of the classic Teubner design, but modified for consistency. Like TeubnerLSU it has tilde-shaped circumflex accents (perispomeni). It is provided in plain and bold. TeubnerVerticalU includes 78 unique characters not in the other LaserGreekU font sets.
    TeubnerVerticalU font sample
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  • TeubnerVerticalCU, is the same as TeubnerVerticalU above, but has crescent moon shaped circumflex accents. It is provided in plain and bold. TeubnerVerticalCU includes 78 unique characters not in the other LaserGreekU font sets.
    TeubnerVerticalCU font sample
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bullet LaserGreek GraecaUBSU in Unicode $99.95 (or $50 when ordered with another full-priced LaserGreekU set for that platform) Order

This font includes all standard accents, breathing marks, iota subscripts and diereses used in Biblical and classical Greek, plus the Nestle-Aland, UBS, Leiden, and many TLG text-critical symbols and sigla, plus extra characters used in epigraphical and textual studies.

  • GraecaUBSU, is a light text font similar to Rahlf's Septuaginta font. GraecaUBSU is provided in plain, bold, italic, and bold-italic. The italic style shown here matches the style of the regular text of the UBS Greek New Testament, 1st through 3rd Editions.
    GraecaUBSU italic font sample, showing the style of the UBS Greek New Testament, 1st-3rd Editions

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  • GraecaUBSMetU, is a light text font similar to Rahlf's Septuaginta font. GraecaUBSMetU is provided in plain, bold, italic, and bold-italic. This is the same typestyle as GraecaUBSU, but includes the metrical long and short marks with all breathing marks and accents. The addition of these characters increases the line-spacing of the font.
    The GraecaUBSMetU font includes metrical long and short marks with all breathing marks and accents.

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bullet LaserGreek GraecaU in Unicode $99.95 (or $50 when ordered with another full-priced LaserGreekU set for that platform) Order

This font includes all standard accents, breathing marks, iota subscripts and diereses used in Biblical and classical Greek, plus the Nestle-Aland, UBS, Leiden, and many TLG text-critical symbols and sigla, plus extra characters used in epigraphical and textual studies.

  • GraecaU, is a light text font similar to Rahlf's Septuaginta font. GraecaU is provided in plain, bold, italic, and bold-italic
    GraecaU font sample
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  • The italic style matches the style of the regular text of the UBS Greek New Testament, 4th Edition.
    GraecaU font sample, showing the italic style
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bullet LaserGreek HellenicaU in Unicode $99.95 (or $50 when ordered with another full-priced LaserGreekU set for that platform) Order

These two fonts include all standard accents, breathing marks, iota subscripts and diereses used in Biblical and classical Greek, plus the Nestle-Aland, UBS, Leiden, and many TLG text-critical symbols and sigla, plus extra characters used in epigraphical and textual studies. In addition, they include metrical long and short marks with all breathing marks and accents.

  • HellenicaU is optimized for classical Greek with similarities in style to SymbolGreekU, but with tilde-shaped circumflex accents (perispomeni). HellenicaU is provided in plain, bold, italic, and bold-italic.
    HellenicaU font sample

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  • HellenicaCU is the same as HellenicaU but with crescent moon shaped circumflex accents. It is provided in plain, bold, italic, and bold-italic.
    HellenicaCU font sample, showing the crescent-moon-shaped circumflex accents.
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bulletLaserGreek GreekSansLSU in Unicode $99.95 (or $50 when ordered with another full-priced LaserGreekU set for that platform) Order

This font includes all standard accents, breathing marks, iota subscripts and diereses used in Biblical and classical Greek, plus the Nestle-Aland, UBS, Leiden, and many TLG text-critical symbols and sigla, plus extra characters used in epigraphical and textual studies.

  • GreekSansLSU, is a Helvetica®-style (sans serif) Greek font, provided in plain, bold, italic, and bold-italic
    GreekSansLSU font sample
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bulletLaserGreek GreekSansLSConU in Unicode $99.95 (or $50 when ordered with another full-priced LaserGreekU set for that platform) Order

This font includes all standard accents, breathing marks, iota subscripts and diereses used in Biblical and classical Greek, plus the Nestle-Aland, UBS, Leiden, and many TLG text-critical symbols and sigla, plus extra characters used in epigraphical and textual studies.

  • GreekSansLSConU, is a condensed Helvetica®-style (sans serif) Greek font, provided in plain, bold, italic, and bold-italic
    GreekSansLSConU font sample

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bullet LaserGreek PayneU in Unicode $99.95 (or $50 when ordered with another full-priced LaserGreekU set for that platform) Order

This font includes all standard accents, breathing marks, iota subscripts and diereses used in Biblical and classical Greek, plus the Nestle-Aland, UBS, Leiden, and many TLG text-critical symbols and sigla, plus extra characters used in epigraphical and textual studies.

  • PayneU, is an Attic-style Greek typeface, provided in plain, bold, italic, and bold-italic
    The plain form
    PayneU plain font sample
    The Italic form
    Sample of the popular PayneU italic font

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bullet LaserGreek UncialLSU in Unicode $99.95 (or $50 when ordered with another full-priced LaserGreekU set for that platform) Order

This font includes all standard accents, breathing marks, iota subscripts and diereses used in Biblical and classical Greek, plus the Nestle-Aland, UBS, Leiden, and many TLG text-critical symbols and sigla, plus extra characters used in epigraphical and textual studies.

  • UncialLSU, matches SymbolGreekU in typestyle and character set, but the lowercase letters are in the uncial style. It is provided in plain style only.
    UncialLSU font sample
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bulletLaserGreek Professional in Unicode  $249.95 Order

Complete contents of all LaserGreek in Unicode product sets listed above for one platform


LaserGreek in Unicode products are available for both Windows and Macintosh

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LaserGreek in Unicode for Windows

LaserGreek in Unicode for Windows

LaserGreek in Unicode for Windows includes nine keyboard layouts that provide four-characters-per-key input (instead of the normal two-characters-per-key) in Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP, and 2000.

  • bulletThe keyboards include 5 keyboard layouts for classical and Biblical Greek;
  • bulletTwo keyboard layouts for English and many other Roman-based languages; and
  • bulletTwo keyboard layouts for modern Greek: a standard modern Greek National keyboard layout for monotonic Greek, with the acute accent dead key on the semicolon key, and a keyboard layout for modern Greek with a transliterated (phonetic) US layout.

The 5 keyboard layouts for classical and Biblical Greek provide easy input of all the characters, breathings, accents, and breathing-accent combinations of classical and Biblical Greek. There are three keyboard layouts with English arrangements and two with French arrangements.

  • bulletThe first keyboard layout takes advantage of the OpenType layout features built into the fonts for the most logical, intuitive input available. Input order is letter, breathing mark, dieresis, accent, and iota subscript. The letter with its associated diacritics is built up automatically as you type, with all diacritics perfectly spaced. This keyboard layout requires Microsoft Word 2007 or newer (but see below), OpenOffice.org 3.2 or newer, InDesign CS4, or QuarkXPress 8.02 and is provided with both English and French arrangements.
  • bulletThe second keyboard layout works with any Unicode-compatible application and uses deadkey input to type Greek letters with their associated diacritics. The user first types the deadkey (representing the diacritic) and nothing happens. Then the user types the vowel and the accented vowel appears in the file. This keyboard is also provided in both English and French arrangements.
  • bulletThe third keyboard layout provides easy input of the extra characters provided in the SymbolGreekMetU, SymbolGreekTMetU, GraecaUBSMetU, OdysseaU, OdysseaUBSU, HellenicaU, and HellenicaCU fonts, and the four TeubnerLSU fonts. These characters include metrical long and short marks with all breathing marks and accents, uppercase letters with accents, breathing marks and iota subscripts (instead of adscripts), and other special characters, and the keyboard only inputs these characters.
  • bulletUsers can easily switch between keyboard layouts at any time using a keyboard shortcut. Detailed instructions are included.
 

Windows System Requirements

  • bulletOperating Systems:
    1. Requires Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP, or 2000 SP3.
  • bulletApplications
    1. bulletRequires any Unicode-compatible application, such as Microsoft Word, Adobe® InDesign®, QuarkXPress 7.0 or newer, LibreOffice 3.3 or newer, OpenOffice.org 3.2 or newer, or Microsoft Publisher. (Microsoft PowerPoint is not compatible.)
    2. bulletOlder, non-Unicode applications such as QuarkXPress 6.5 and earlier, PageMaker, and WordPerfect (tested only through version 12) are not compatible.
    3. bulletMicrosoft Word 2013, 2010 or 2007, InDesign CS4 or newer, QuarkXPress 8.02 or newer, LibreOffice 3.3 or newer, or OpenOffice 3.2 or newer, is required to use the included GreekLS Classical OT or GreekLS Classical French OT keyboard layout for logical input order (letter-breathing mark-dieresis-accent-iota subscript), or to use the included EnglishLS OT keyboard layout for input of Latin languages with the same logical input order (letter, accent).
    4. bulletUsers of any other Unicode-compatible application will use the GreekLS Classical, and/or GreekLS Classical French (deadkey) keyboard layout, and the EnglishLS (deadkey) keyboard layout, which provide deadkey input (diacritic-letter).
    5. bulletAll keyboard layouts provide full access to all letters and diacritics used in classical and Biblical Greek; they differ only in input method.
    6. bulletMicrosoft Word 2003 does not support the above-named OpenType keyboard layouts, but does support the deadkey keyboard layouts.
    7. bulletMicrosoft PowerPoint 2003 (included in Microsoft Office 2003) is not compatible with LaserGreek in Unicode for Windows. All text is changed to the Arial font, whether typed with the keyboard, input using Insert Symbol, or pasted from Word using the Windows clipboard. PowerPoint users should type their text in Word or another Unicode-compatible application, and save the text as a graphic for import into PowerPoint. Users can also use WordArt to create their text. To do this in PowerPoint go to Insert, Picture, WordArt, and type your text, formatting it as desired. Alternatively, users can type Greek text directly into PowerPoint using our non-Unicode LaserGreek or LaserGreek II fonts. (Earlier versions of PowerPoint have not been tested for compatibility.)
  • bulletNotes
    1. bulletCompatibility: These fonts are compatible with the Macintosh version of LaserGreek in Unicode. No conversion of files is necessary when transferring files to a Macintosh if your applications are fully Unicode-aware and compatible fonts are installed on both systems.
    2. bulletLibreOffice and OpenOffice are free office suites that are compatible with Microsoft Office. You can download them from the LibreOffice and OpenOffice web sites. (These links open new browser windows.)
    3. bulletPrinter: The fonts will print to any Windows printer at the highest quality allowed by your printer.
    4. bulletDocumentation: All documentation, including a User's Manual and Keyboard Layout Charts (showing placement of the characters on the keys), is in Adobe Acrobat™ PDF, and is installed into the Windows Start menu for easy access. Users may view the documentation on screen or print it, using Acrobat Reader, available free online if you do not already have it.
    5. bulletDo you have LaserGreek and/or LaserGreek II (ASCII-encoded) files you need to convert to the new Unicode-encoded fonts in LaserGreek in Unicode? See the LaserGreek Converter for a simple solution for converting your old files to these new fonts.

Cost: LaserGreek in Unicode for Windows $99.95 for any single set; $50 for each additional LaserGreekU set for Windows purchased at the same time; $249.95for LaserGreek Professional in Unicode for Windows (all sets together) Order

Do you need to upgrade? Check the current version number and a Release History.

See above for combination packages at discounted prices.

Also available for use with LaserGreek in Unicode for Windows

bulletGreek New Testament in Unicode for Windows, the most recent text of the UBS Greek New Testament, 4th edition revised, provided only after extensive error-correction checks, and authorized by the Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft and the United Bible Societies.

bullet Greek Old Testament (LXX) in Unicode for Windows, (the Septuaginta, ed. A. Rahlfs), authorized by the Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft and the United Bible Societies.

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LaserGreek in Unicode for Macintosh

LaserGreek in Unicode for Macintosh includes six keyboard layouts for use in Mac OS X 10.4 or higher.

  • bulletThe first two keyboard layouts take advantage of the OpenType layout features built into the fonts for the most logical, intuitive input available. Input order is letter, breathing mark, dieresis, accent, and iota subscript. The letter with its associated diacritics is built up automatically as you type, with all diacritics perfectly spaced.
  • bulletA third OpenType keyboard supports English and other Latin languages.
  • bulletThese keyboard layouts are known to be supported by Microsoft Word 2011, Mellel word processor, or InDesign CS5 or newer. Other programs may also support these features.
  • bulletThe remaining three keyboards use deadkey input. Users type an accent key, which is a deadkey. Nothing happens until you type the next letter, and the keyboard then inputs the accented letter.
    1. bulletThe three keyboards are
      1. bulleta phonetic Greek keyboard layout allowing access to all the characters, breathings, accents, and breathing-accent combinations of classical and Biblical Greek;
      2. bulleta standard modern Greek National keyboard layout for monotonic Greek, with the acute accent dead key on the semicolon key; and
      3. bulleta transliterated phonetic Greek keyboard layout similar to the National keyboard layout, but with letters arranged differently to be more phonetic to the English keyboard.
    2. bulletAll Unicode-compliant applications support these three keyboard layouts, since they do not make use of OpenType features built into the fonts.
  • bulletBoth the GreekLS Classical OT and GreekLS Classical deadkey keyboard layouts allow easy, logical input of the Greek and the text-critical symbols and sigla needed by scholars.

Macintosh System Requirements:

  • bulletOperating Systems
    1. bulletRequires Mac OS X 10.4 or higher.
  • bulletApplications
    1. bulletRequires any Unicode-compatible application.
    2. bullet The only Macintosh applications we are aware of that support Unicode at this time are Microsoft Word 2011/2008/2004, Mellel, InDesign CS, QuarkExpress 7.0 or newer, OpenOffice, Pages, Nisus Writer Express, TextEdit (included with Mac OS X), Oxygen, and BBEdit. We have only tested the fonts in Word 2011/2004, Mellel, Nisus Writer Express and TextEdit. (If you are aware of additional applications please let us know.)
    3. bullet Even applications that claim to be Unicode and OpenType compliant may only support a limited range of Unicode characters or a limited set of OpenType features. Contact Linguist's Software about compatibility questions and about the availability of a non-Unicode version of this product that works in all applications.
    4. bulletThe three deadkey keyboards described above work with any Unicode-compatible application. The GreekLS Classical OT (OpenType) keyboard layout requires Microsoft Word 2011, the Mellel word processor, available for $25 from Linguist's Software, or InDesign CS5 or newer.
  • bulletNotes
    1. bulletThese fonts are compatible with the Windows version of LaserGreek in Unicode. No conversion of files is necessary when transferring files to Windows if your applications are fully Unicode-aware and compatible fonts are installed on both systems.
    2. bulletNot all characters in these fonts are available from the keyboards. There are additional characters in the Unicode Private Use Area of the fonts. To access these characters you can use the Character Palette or the Unicode Hex Input keyboard (included with Mac OS X). Instructions are provided in the LaserGreek in Unicode for Macintosh User's Manual.
    3. bulletDo you have LaserGreek and/or LaserGreek II (ASCII-encoded) files you need to convert to the new Unicode-encoded fonts in LaserGreek in Unicode? See the LaserGreek Converter for a simple solution for converting your old files to these new fonts.

Cost: LaserGreek in Unicode for Macintosh $99.95 for any single set; $50 for each additional LaserGreekU set for Macintosh purchased at the same time; $249.95for LaserGreek in Unicode Professional for Macintosh (all sets together) Order

Mellel word processor for Mac OS X

Mellel $25 Order ($25 when ordered with this Macintosh product, $38 sold separately.)

See above for combination packages at discounted prices.

Also available for use with LaserGreek in Unicode for Macintosh

bulletGreek New Testament in Unicode for Macintosh, the most recent text of the UBS Greek New Testament, 4th edition revised, provided only after extensive error-correction checks, and authorized by the Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft and the United Bible Societies.

bullet Greek Old Testament (LXX) in Unicode for Macintosh, (the Septuaginta, ed. A. Rahlfs), authorized by the Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft and the United Bible Societies.

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Also Available

  • bulletFor non-Unicode versions of our Greek fonts, available for both Windows and Macintosh, see:
    1. bulletLaserGreek
    2. bulletLaserGreek II
    3. bulletModern Greek
    4. bulletModern Greek II
  • bulletThe non-Unicode fonts in these products are not interchangeable with LaserGreek in Unicode, but contain fonts with the same typestyles. Both Unicode and non-Unicode versions of LaserGreek may be installed on your system (since they have different file and font names) and may even be used in the same documents. They are not, however, interchangeable.
  • bulletDo you have LaserGreek and/or LaserGreek II (ASCII-encoded) files you need to convert to the new Unicode-encoded fonts in LaserGreek in Unicode? See the LaserGreek Converter for a simple solution for converting your old files to these new fonts.
  • bulletDo you have Modern Greek and/or Modern Greek II (ASCII-encoded) files you need to convert to the new Unicode-encoded fonts in LaserGreek in Unicode? See the Modern Greek Converter for a simple solution for converting your old files to these new fonts.

Comparison of the non-Unicode SymbolGreek II font with the new Unicode-encoded SymbolGreekU and SymbolGreekTU fonts included in LaserGreek in Unicode:

SymbolGreekU
SymbolGreekTU
SymbolGreek II

bulletAvailable from Latkey in various colors - Greek Keyboard Stickers for Greek layout. (This link will open a new window.)

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Testimonials

Here's what others are saying about LaserGreek in UnicodeHere's what others are saying about LaserGreek in Unicode:

"Now I can type Greek properly using your superb font files. Thank you very much."
Masaru Nagashima Richmond, B.C. Canada—Sept. 17,2014

"I want to express once more my gratitude that we were allowed to use your beautiful and very clear and readable font SymbolGreekTU for this 28th edition of the Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece."
Dr. Florian Voss, Senior Editor, Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, Germany

"After all you did for me, I have no more words to thank you; let me simply say in my mother tongue: J'aimerais vous exprimer ici toute l'admiration et la gratitude que je ressens devant ce magnifique ouvrage qu'est Linguist's Software, vous assurer de mon entière reconnaissance pour toutes les fontes que vous m'avez permis d'acquérir et vous dire combien j'ai apprécié vos courriels, si précis, rapides et courtois. Je souhaite longue et belle vie à la société si précieuse que vous avez fondée et vous prie d'agréer, cher Monsieur, mes bien cordiales salutations."
Jean Lathion, Thônex, Switzerland

"Thank you very much for your superb font files."
Masaru Nagashima, Richmond, B.C., Canada

"I have thoroughly enjoyed using your Greek font and keyboard, as it has everything built in. I don’t have to go looking for text-critical symbols, signs, dots, etc. It has been very helpful to me, so much so that I wrote my entire PhD dissertation in SymbolGreekU! For textual critics and papyrologists, this is a must have font and keyboard combination. Thank you, Linguist's Software!"
Brice C. Jones, Ph.D. Candidate, New Testament, Department of Religion, Concordia University

"Many congratulations, Philip, for the incredible font families you have created. Your fonts are really the best."
Professor Federico Giuntoli, the Pontifical Biblical Institute, the Vatican, Rome, Italy

"I really do appreciate the opportunity to use your fonts in Reading the Sealed Book. The text looks great."
J. Ross Wagner, Associate Professor of New Testament, Duke Divinity School

"The LaserGreek in Unicode fonts are giving excellent service. Many thanks for the clear instructions and the level of service generally."
John Taylor, Tonbridge School, England

"Everything is perfect and is working well. Thank you for your goodness in putting forth perfection and the extra thought that makes me feel like I owe you all something even after I have paid the bill. Linguist's Software has far surpassed my expectations. You all have fulfilled everything I was hoping for with absolute perfection. I surely have the very best Greek fonts on the planet."
Brian K. Smith, Smyrna, TN

"I am always very pleased with your fonts. I use your fonts for teaching elementary Greek, and with Graeca UBSU I have stopped getting complaints that the students have trouble distinguishing soft and rough breathings under a circumflex. Your fonts have a pedagogical advantage and not only an aesthetic one. Keep up the good work."
Professor David M Schaps, Department of Classical Studies, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel

"I love your LaserGreek in Unicode product. Thank you."
Michael Rowe, Barnesville, GA

"Thank you once again for everything. I truly think that I have the best font package in the world. I am amazed at what you all have done and I am amazed that I have been able to obtain it. In truth, I could not be more delighted with my fonts. May God look on your works and kindness and bless you and yours."
Brian Smith, Smyrna, TN

You all have done just what I was hoping for in every detail in creating the SinaiticusLS and SinaiticusLSAU fonts to complement my beloved GraecaU. It works just as I had hoped. This note is to express my true thankfulness to you all. The creation of the SinaiticusLSAU was grace and kindness. I truly think we have brought this font to where God wants it.
Brian Smith, Carol Stream, IL

I am continually amazed by the variety and precision of the many linguistic products you provide. I think the UncialLSU Greek is the most elegant typeface. You also provide the simplest Greek keyboard layout.
Ronald Bruzina, Department of Philosophy, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky

"The SymbolGreekMetU font looks fabulous. I’ve only run into two compound characters so far that you don’t have in the font as a composite form, and the spacing on the compound parts worked out well even for these two. That’s pretty impressive for a work by this author. The font really does look great in the English as well as the Greek text. Much nicer than the Palatino the publisher had been using."
Linda Diering, Production Manager, Focus Publishing, Newburyport, MA

"I am truly thankful to have your product. You and your staff have been very clear, and professional; your skill and kindness leaves me with a compelling desire to express my thankfulness not only to you but to all who might read this note and that it might encourage them to purchase your products with confidence."
Brian K. Smith, Wheaton, Ill.

"Thank you for your beautiful fonts."
Jean Lathion, Thônex, Switzerland

"I am very happy to use the marvelous OdysseaU in teaching ancient Greek to my students."
Catherine Eugène, Paris, France

"Oh yes, LaserGreek OdysseaU, that's most beautiful of all! The NewJerusalemU font is my favourite Hebrew font, too."
Dr. Jean Urban Andres, SatzWeise, Germany

"Your fonts are the best!"
Bruce W. Neely, Alexandria, VA

"OdysseaU is gorgeous! It is wonderful! Most Greek fonts are plainly ugly. One was driving me crazy. OdysseaU is a sheer beauty to behold."
Peter Riedlberger, München, Germany

"As a longtime user of your Greek and Coptic fonts, I have always been impressed by the high quality of the fonts you produce and have also been grateful for your team's attention to customer service and technical support."
Prof. Byard Bennett, Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, MI, USA

"OdysseaUBSU is incredibly beautiful. Thanks again."
Jeffrey Vincent, Russian Bible Center, Chattanooga, TN

"LaserGreek in Unicode is fantastic, and so is the Coptic. My publishers are going to love this!"
Professor April DeConick, Rice University, Houston, TX

"I'm very much enjoying using the LaserGreek in Unicode fonts. To have quick access to accents and critical sigla is just fabulous, since I am working on ostraka and using Unicode or character maps to represent the text is painfully tedious.  With HellenicaCU, a few keystrokes create even heavily edited characters."
A. Roy, Macquarie University, History Department, NSW, Australia

"Thanks for your wonderful software!"
Louis Demos, Harvard University

"...the Teubner font is lovely. I must have it."
Anne Klinck

"Thanks so much! Your fonts, and your work in the texts of the Scripture, is excellent. Thank you so much for both."
Albert Hembd, Trinitarian Bible Society, Plano, TX

"The LaserGreek in Unicode fonts that I've been using for a while now are working wonderfully."
Daniel Rodriguez, Houston Baptist University, Houston, Texas

"It is breathtaking how beautifully you have improved the basic Greek font product, in particular with respect to the ability to insert breathing and other diacritical marks. The font itself, of course, is elegant as always. Thank you again for your diligent laboring in the Word!"
Michael Straus, Columbia University, New York, New York

"Thank you for the LaserGreek in Unicode beautiful high-quality fonts. Please, keep on developing beautiful high-quality fonts!"
Christian Sebastian Becker, Hamburg, Germany

"Thanks so much! Your fonts, and your work in the texts of the Scripture, is excellent. Thank you so much for both."
Albert Hembd, Trinitarian Bible Society, Plano, TX

"I am delighted as I work with LaserGreek in Unicode HellenicaU for Windows Vista."
Manuela Teixeira Tschanz, Geneva, Switzerland

"In 2005 I purchased a Greek New Testament in Unicode and LaserGreek OdysseaUBSU and GraecaUBSU in Unicode from you. I must say that I am very impressed. You have saved me hours of time every week in typing the Scriptures for exegesis and what joy I had lost is back again. I am so thankful to God for Linguist's Software, Mr. Payne and his staff. You even made it possible for me to read my UBS in the font I grew up with! Foolish of me, I suppose, but there is some comfort in that and it speeds up my recognition of things. In the Mellel processor you sold me I can easily alternate between English, Latin, Greek, Hebrew and German. Now my study materials and papers look like I had hoped they would. And I see that, if I should like a font that works well with whatever English fonts I have, that you are making those available too. Just excellent! You restore font-work to the eye-aiding practical art it should be. Thank you again. Gott bei Ihnen!"
Rev. Bradley E. Ragner, BA, MDiv., Pastor Messiah Ev. Lutheran Church Shiocton, Wisconsin, USA

"We have used Linguist's Software fonts for several years, including your Greek and Hebrew fonts as well as your Semitic Transliterator. We have been pleased with the quality and functionality. I am impressed with the new Unicode versions of the fonts and I enjoy the added features. I am very pleased with it. Thank you!"
Jacob Rawlins, Production Coordinator,
Institute for the Study and Preservation of Ancient Religious Texts, BYU, Provo, UT

"I want to compliment Linguist's Software on its Installation Manual and User's Manual. They are by far the best written and the easiest to understand of any software manuals I've seen in over 10 years."
HB, Albuquerque, NM

"Thank you very much. I received all the files and everything works very fine. I have great pleasure with your products, including LaserGreek in Unicode and the Greek New Testament in Unicode. Again I want to thank you for all your service and help. May GOD bless you and your work and products, because they gave me new inspiration and joy in reading and writing HIS HOLY SCRIPTURES. SHALOM"
Christoph Metz, Cölbe, Germany

"This is an amazing resource for me. Thanks so much!"
Jennifer Knust
Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, College of the Holy Cross
Worcester, MA

"Very attractive indeed, very much up to date: I noticed all recent additions to the Unicode charts are present; you even included two different types of koppas."
Joop Jagers, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

"Congratulations on the successful birth of a new product!"
Fr. Rick Ganz, S.J., Rector, Superior of the Jesuits, Portland, OR

"It works great."
Thomas Richey, Newberg, Oregon


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