Question to Indian translators: what software do you generally use to input text?
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xxxMarc P  Identity Verified
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German to English
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Apr 9, 2003

Any translators into Indian languages here?



There is a lightweight word processor which supports input of Indic fonts at http://brahmi.sourceforge.net. This has got me wondering: what software do Indian translators generally use? Is Microsoft Word adequate for the input of Indic fonts?



Marc


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Rishi Miranhshah  Identity Verified
English to Panjabi
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Yes, it is Apr 9, 2003


Yes Marc, Word handles all the Indic fonts, without any problem. And, thank you so much for the link. I didn\'t know Brahmi is that old (Brahma means creator of the universe, by the way). Such revivals bring back the hope... thanks!


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