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Hebrew Mikledet

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To type text in Hebrew you can use the free virtual Hebrew keyboard,

To e-mail a message typed with Mikledet, you need to copy your message
to the message window of an e-mail server, where it will copy without
turning into gibberish, and send it from there. And you also need to
verify that the receiver is using an e-mail service that will not turn
it to gibberish. G-mail, and various other, but not all e-mail
services, can be used for sending and receivig e-mail in Hebrew without
any problems.

However, if you copy and paste only the text you typed, the text
appears on the left side of the page, instead of the right side, and
punctuation marks at the ends of sentences appear at the begining. It
is possible to device cumbersome solutions for this problem.

Recently, however, I found out by sheer accident, that you can avoid
this problem altogether by simply selecting and copying not just the
message you typed, but the whole message window into which you typed
your Hebrew text. (Incidentally, when you select the whole window it
appears in a lighter color than when you select only the typed text.)

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