[Padma] How to manually transform a page by Padma?

Nagarjuna Venna vnagarjuna at gmail.com
Wed May 9 07:34:26 PDT 2007


Automatic transform works by examining URL's. The main reason for this
is not to slow down loading of pages that Padma does not know how to
process. You can use the manual transformer here - select the text,
bring up the context menu (right click typically), and click on
Transform to Unicode.

Thanks,
Nagarjuna

On 5/9/07, V S Rawat <vsrawat at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have created a local html file in Chanakya font (hindi/ devnagari) as
> follows:
>
> <html><head><title>none</title></head>
> <body><font face="Chanakya">
> ·¤æÇüU ÅUæ§üÂ
> ·ýðçÇUÅU ·¤æÇüU Ù¢ÕÚU
> ·¤æÇüU Âýæ#·¤ÚUÌæ ·¤æ Ùæ×
> â×æç# ÌæÚUè¹
> </font>
> </body>
> </html>
>
> when I move this file say chankaya.html into my firefox tab, it shows
>
> �����U �U��� �����U�U �����U ٢��U �����U ���#���U�� ��� ��� ����# ���U�
>
> 1. Why is automatic transformation not taking place?
>
> 2. How to force-transform it?
>
> 3. this is a local file on my hard disk, so I can't associate any url/
> site name with it (no www.xxxx.com). What should I do and what should I
> for such files in the padma options window to automatically transform
> any particular file on my harddisk?
>
> any other tips.
>
> has some urgency. a quick response will be highly appreciated.
>
> thanks & regards.
> --
> Rawat
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