> > What/who are you using?
> I was using a great one from utah.edu but it seems
> to be gone. It was
Yes, and one of my biggest pet peeves. The easiest way is if it was in an alphabetical order similar to our modern one, but for some reason it's all over the place. I mean, I can look it up, but it takes more time and introduces chances of missing what your looking for.
> The new one starts out s,t,h,i... and everything
> is all mixed up and can't be searched. Most
> letters like "3" can't even be enterred. It looks
> like it's designed to be unusable if you don't
> read heiroglyphs. This has happened before but I
> was able to adapt. This time looks a lot
> This is the old address of the one that worked;
> This one is unusable for me so far and I can't
> recommend it for any purpose;
The latter seems a good enough source, yes. Again, I fully recommend getting more than one source; comparison of what different modern authors come up with can help you see concordance, misappropriations, or outright errors. I never look something up without consulting other sources, otherwise, if that one author gets it wrong there is no way for you to know if you are using an erroneous translation.