[Padma] online web editor for indian languages

Krishna Mohan Gundu gkmohan at gmail.com
Sat May 19 22:56:59 PDT 2007


Hello Ossi,

I have added support for IAST sanskrit. If I receive more requests for ISO
standard with other languages, I will add them too.

Although I checked that the inverse transliteration works good. I would
appreciate if you can confirm it.

cheers,
Krishna.

On 5/18/07, Ossi Viljakainen <ossi.viljakainen at iki.fi> wrote:
>
> 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
> indic scripts.
>
> Introduction to IAST
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IAST
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Library_at_Kolkata_romanization
>
> http://homepage.ntlworld.com/stone-catend/trind.htm
>
> Transliteration scheme and tables for all indic scripts can be found at:
> http://homepage.ntlworld.com/stone-catend/trind.ht
>
> -Ossi
>
> On 5/15/07, Krishna Mohan Gundu <gkmohan at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > 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.
> >
> > cheers,
> > Krishna Mohan.
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>
> --
> -Ossi Viljakainen
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