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Thetis
is my new project on statistical analysis of the Homeric and Hesiodic Epic.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Why is KORAIS free of charge?
  2. What is Sun's JRE Environment and why do I need it for KORAIS?
  3. How can I install KORAIS?
  4. I double-click on the "Korais.exe" or "Korais.jar" but I get an error message.
  5. I like/dislike KORAIS, how can I help make it better?


Why is KORAIS free ?

Because I am hoping that it is going to encourage the use of ancient languages in the Internet. If you want to support the further development of KORAIS, you can Make a Donation.

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What is Sun's JRE Environment and why do I need it for KORAIS?

Every application written in JAVA, including KORAIS, can be executed only if a Java Runtime Environment (e.g. from Sun Microsystems, Inc) is already installed on your computer. KORAIS is supporting Unicode 4.1 and so you need to have JRE 5.0 Update 5  (or newer). Just click on the previous link and then click on Sun's page click on "Download JRE 5.0 (...)". Then click on "Accept" and download the right JRE for your Operating System. Install the file you have just downloaded and reboot your system (if you have Windows). Then just double-click on "Korais.exe" or "Korais.jar" to launch the application.

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How can I install KORAIS?

You do not have to install KORAIS. Just unzip the file you have downloaded and double-click on "Korais.exe" or "Korais.jar" to launch the application
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I double-click on the "Korais.exe" or "Korais.jar" but I get an error message.

Most probably you do not have the right Java Runtime Environment (JRE) installed on your compyter. Please install JRE 5.0 Update 5  (or newer) before you try to launch the KORAIS. If the problem still exists, you can Report a Bug.

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I like/dislike KORAIS, how can I help make it better?

There are a lot of ways how you can help.

  1. If you are a JAVA programmer you can write some code or edit the existing one.
  2. You can make a Donation.
  3. You can create more Keymaps and share them with the other users of KORAIS.
  4. You can translate KORAIS in other languages.
  5. You can request more features or Keymaps.

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This application was named after the Greek scholar Korais, as a small tribute for his significant linguistic contribution.

 

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2005 Konstantinos Kopanias. All rights reserved.
For more information about KORAIS contact kkopanias@gmx.de
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Revised:11/13/05