[Padma] Thanks for wonderful work
rakeshvar at gmail.com
Tue Aug 5 20:53:07 PDT 2008
You must be able to use an entire range of Unicode supporting WYSIWYG
editors to type in Telugu or any other language.
The problem lies with inputting Telugu text, I for one use a Telugu/Indic
keyboard (without interference from English letters).
For more detials you may see the group
Regarding Transliteration from one language to another, you can use
2) http://eemaata.com/indic2indic/index.php (Based on Padma)
For example you may also look here <http://soundarya-lahari.blogspot.com/>in
the right pane.
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> Date: Tue, 5 Aug 2008 04:56:32 -0700 (PDT)
> From: "Raveendra Reddy B." <ravindra_b at yahoo.com>
> Subject: [Padma] Thanks for wonderful work
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> Dear Mr. Nagarjuna,
> Thank you for your wonderful work and happy to see telugu text along with
> other languages in the browser.
> Is it possible for you to bring out a stand alone editor under linux like
> telugu lipi for windows so that it will be easy to type in any editor and
> convert it to various languages.
> I know it amounts to a lot of work and you may have your own commitments.
> I also see other addons to mozilla but it would be nice to have stand alone
> B. Raveendra Reddy
> Scientific Officer
> The Institute of Mathematical Sciences
> C I T Campus, Tharamani
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> Date: Tue, 5 Aug 2008 21:00:23 +0530
> From: Gora Mohanty <gora at sarai.net>
> Subject: Re: [Padma] Thanks for wonderful work
> To: ravindra_b at yahoo.com, padma at mozdev.org
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> On Tue, 5 Aug 2008 04:56:32 -0700 (PDT)
> "Raveendra Reddy B." <ravindra_b at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Is it possible for you to bring out a stand alone editor under
> > linux like telugu lipi for windows so that it will be easy to
> > type in any editor and convert it to various languages.
> Have you tried the free software OpenOffice on Microsoft Windows?
> Not really just an editor, but a complete word processor. I am
> not 100% sure, but think that it supports Telugu on that
> platform. Definitely does on Linux.
> Also, I am not sure of what you mean by conversion to various
> languages. Padma does not do that, but just code conversion. If
> you need a stand-alone code converter, I am not sure if anyone
> has built something like this on top of Padma, but this would be
> For various reasons, mostly to do with simplicity, we have built
> a code converter around the m17n library, instead of around
> Padma. This is also free software, and currently is in beta
> testing with Hindi, and Oriya. If you wish to help out with
> Telugu, we would apreciate it. Speakers of other languages are
> also invited to help out here. Also, we do plan on eventually
> importing the Padma font data.
> P.S. Nagarjuna, we had talked about this earlier, but never
> followed through. Can you enable Oriya in Padma, so that I
> can add font data for Oriya?
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