[Padma] Introduction to Padma
ujjwollamichhane at gmail.com
Wed Apr 14 02:30:25 PDT 2010
And thanks for your reply.
On 4/14/10, Ujjwol Lamichhane <ujjwollamichhane at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ok I got it it's a firefox addon.
> On 4/14/10, Ujjwol Lamichhane <ujjwollamichhane at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Where can I download or test Padma ?
>> On 4/14/10, V S Rawat <vsrawat at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> On 4/14/2010 12:54 PM India Time, _Ujjwol Lamichhane_ wrote:
>>>> Could anybody introduce Padma to me ?
>>> Hi Ujjwol,
>>> Becuase unicode is a recent development, several earlier pages at web
>>> have been made using non-unicode fonts, like Shusha.
>>> As Unicode has been developed and such fonts are already mostly
>>> installed in XP and above systems, and most of the browsers provide
>>> compatibility to read unicode fonts, Padma is a tool that has built in
>>> procedures that would convert many such fonts to unicode font, thus
>>> they would be displayed in browser without needing those fonts in
>>> which the page was developed.
>>> You wouldn't even know that padma is working. As soon as you give the
>>> url and the website is loaded, padma converts the content to unicode
>>> and it becomes visible perfectly legible.
>>> Padma has capability to convert websites that are known to have some
>>> particular font, or if you have font code built in the html code of
>>> the web page, padma can convert that also. If there is no font code in
>>> the page, you can save the html page in your system, can add font
>>> command giving proper font name, and whooshh, padma duly converts that
>>> page to unicode.
>>> Padma has a standalone version also, that I have not yet tried.
>>> I think padma has module to convert reverse from unicode to
>>> properietary font also in the stand alone version, that I have not
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>> Ujjwol Lamichhane
> Ujjwol Lamichhane
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