Also, even under MS Windows some program may require its own tune-up for Russian and while I mostly explained:
Example 1. I don't have AOL software but I know
that it is just NOT possible to use Russian in e-mail
(but as far as I know, it's possible to use another browser/e-mail program while using AOL as ISP - see links in the table below)
Example 2. At my previous job a corporate e-mail system was
a U.S. version of the famous
That is, if your Cyrillic-related question is not answered in my own explanations, it means that I just do not know the
In such case I would suggest to do the following:
Here is a summary of what is covered and what is not in my own explanations and instructions:
For example, I never worked with e-mail program Eudora and never used
ICQ and IRC. So, below you'll find links related
or a large site where you can find an instruction for the application you are interested in (an example of such large site listed below is a site
Here is the table with links regarding the subjects that I don't know about.
If you go to a page devoted to some program and don't find what you need, you can always
It is better than asking me about it: I don't have the information and the author does.
| Instruction|| Author|
'Cyrillic for UNIX, PC, and Mac'
Study in Russia
Learn all about Russia: its history, culture and language.
RusLang has an extensive language learning section
with lessons, exercises and tests, as well as
general information about Russia - its population and
geography, subway maps and a photo gallery
'Useful Cyrillic fonts for Adobe Photoshop'
Work both in regular Windows aplications and in Photoshop!
'Cyrillic Test Pages for all encodings:'
Win, Unix, DOS, Mac,
Fast typing - Self-learning method
for Russian and English keyboard
'Russian in Eudora'
'KOI8-R plug-in for Eudora' ||E.Surovegin, Russia|
Dictionary and Proofing Tools
I don't use ICQ, but have some links for Cyrillic in ICQ:
I don't use IRC, but have some links for Cyrillic in IRC:
As I heard (I don't have AOL), AOL browser
does not work fully with Cyrillic.
But AOL allows to use another browser instead
and I have some links with the instructions:
'UNICON PRO Cyrillic Converter'
'Russian America, USA
(encoding and transliteration conversions)
Russian text editor Otpad
"RussianEditor" - Notepad like editor
with added on-screen Russian keyboard
Rendaxa Software, Norway
'Russian in Adobe products'
Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign
'Russian in Photoshop"
it's chapter 5.3 of "Windows XP FAQ"
'Teaching and Learning Russian'
Cyrillic VGA fonts for
provided by S.Keesan, USA
'Russification of Macintosh'
Ukrainian phonetic keyboard
'Ukrainian in software, part 1'
'Bulgarian under Windows'
Mirror in the U.S.
G. Atanasov, Bulgaria
Professionally designed CP-1251 fonts
Include Chess font - for chess literature and
Language & Decorate Styles Fonts
for advertisements, booklets publishers, etc.
Dr. L.Madorsky, Australia
"TYPO. Your Guide to Central European Typography"
F.Blazek, Czech Republic
Russian Translation and Localization Services
Translation and localization services in all major areas
between Russian and English.
Accurate English to Russian Translation UK
Accurate English to Russian translation service
by native, specialist Russian translators
for businesses and individuals.
Competitive rates, custom packages, friendly service,
based in the UK.
A. Bowman, UK
If you did not find an answer for your Cyrillic question
neither on my page, nor on the pages listed above, then see
below a list of the following Russian-language
Note. Some of the Newsgroups may not be available on the News
server of your Internet Service Provider. In such case you can use a free News
service provided by
Talk.ru, where you can read a