[Padma] online web editor for indian languages
ossi.viljakainen at iki.fi
Fri May 18 00:42:13 PDT 2007
Please include IAST/National Library at Calcutta Romanization
-transliteration scheme to the supported scripts. This would enable
many western students and scholars utilize the tool for
transliterating indic texts to be readable by people not mastering
Introduction to IAST
Transliteration scheme and tables for all indic scripts can be found at:
On 5/15/07, Krishna Mohan Gundu <gkmohan at gmail.com> wrote:
> It gives me pleasure to announce IndiWord beta version 0.1.0. IndiWord is an
> advanced rich text editor for editing Indian language documents on the web.
> It boasts of rich set of functionality that very few, if any, Indic web
> editors can match.
> With IndiWord editor <http://www.indiword.com/> (http://www.indiword.com)
> you can
> - Edit Indian language documents using QWERTY keyboard both through
> popular transliteration schemes like ITRANS, RTS and through keyboard
> layouts like InScript.
> - Use most of the Indian languages: Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Tamil,
> Marathi, Malayalam, Gujarati, Oriya, Punjabi, Kannada, Bihari.
> - Perform most of the rich text editing actions: bold, italic,
> underline, text justification, setting background and text color, inserting
> link, creating numbered and bulleted list , the list goes on ...
> - Save documents.
> - Send emails.
> - Convert existing documents written in popular transliteration
> schemes like (ITRANS, RTS, etc) to their native languages.
> - Convert content from one Indian language to another.
> - Backtrack changes made to the document using undo and redo.
> IndiWord works in both Internet Explorer 6.0 and Firefox > 1.0
> Visit our website <http://www.indiword.com/> and share the joy of editing
> documents in your favorite languages with your friends and family.
> Read the user
> guide <http://www.indiword.com/user_guide> for a quick overview. Please do
> not hesitate to ask questions in the forums
> <http://www.indiword.com/forum>if you need help. We will be more than
> glad to help.
> Krishna Mohan.
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