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== Special characters ==
 
There are a few special characters you will see on this Wikipedia, '''ȝ''', '''ƿ''', '''þ''', '''ð''', '''æ''', '''ċ''', the macron accent mark ( '''¯''' ), as well as the Anglo-Saxon runes. In order to see the Runic characters, you will need any font which has Unicode compliance within the "Runic" range. The recommended font to save toIf your computerbrowser issupports '''[http://sourceforge.net/projects/junicode/files/ Junicode]'''it, asyou itsmay Runicenable characters are well-designed and evenly spaced. You will also need to have JavaScript enabledJunicode onin your web[[Wikipedia:Stylistic browserand tofont properlyoptions|UniversalLanguageSetting view the automatically converted page versions. It is usually enabled by default, but it can be disabledpreferences]]. If you suspect that JavaScript is disablednot on your browser, you should see [http://www.ehow.com/how_4811781_turn-javascript-back.html this pagesufficient for Internetsome Explorerreason, Firefox,feel andfree Safarito instructions],give [http://www.ehow.com/how_6927197_turn-javascript-google-chrome.htmlfeedback thisby pagefollowing forthe Googlelinks Chromeat instructions],the andbottom [http://www.ehow.com/how_5054653_turn-java-script.htmlof thisthat page foror Opera,following Internetthe Explorer,advice and Firefox instructions]here.
 
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The macron is used to represent a long vowel to help distinguish between words which would otherwise appear indistinguishable ('''īs''' vs '''is'''). The acute accent is often used in the same manner, but for consistency the macron should be used.
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