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Although there are many places to find the Tanach online, I'd like to find one where qamatz qatan is specially marked. Preferably free, of course, though I'll take what I can get. Does anyone know of such a site?

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Although I'm not the OP, it wouldn't hurt to also have one that distinguishes between shva na/ch and dageish qal/chazaq. – Adam Mosheh Jun 27 '13 at 3:42

Not online, and not Tanach but a tikkun, which means Torah and maybe the haftara: http://etzchayim.org/content/tikkun-comparison-chart

Since the website url changed at least once, I am including a screenshot of this chart as well.

tikkun comparison chart

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That's a handy chart. – Isaac Moses Mar 1 '11 at 15:55
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Once you're getting a book, might as well go with the tanach simanim: zbermanbooks.com/… – jake Mar 1 '11 at 17:45

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