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Bhojpuria.com uses Unicode to display Bhojpuri words on the web pages. If you are using Windows XP, you should have no problem viewing the Bhojpuri Text on our website. However, Some older operating systems do not support complex text rendering and you should not use such systems to edit Indic scripts.

This page lists the methods for enabling complex text rendering based on the operating environment or browser you are using.

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The following image shows you how a correctly enabled computer will render the devnagari script:

The following lines of text show how your computer renders the above lines:

Devanagari क + 'ि' कि

If the rendering on your computer matches the rendering on the image for your particular script, then you have already enabled complex text support! You should be able to view text correctly in that script. However this does not mean you will be able to edit text in that script. To edit such text you need to install the appropriate keyboard software on your operating system.

Windows 95, 98, ME and NT

These operating systems contain no support for Indic scripts. Downloading Internet Explorer 6.0 should enable you to view Indic scripts on these operating systems but you will not be able to write any Indic text. If after downloading Internet Explorer, you still cannot view Indic scripts please install a font by downloading from here. (please right click and select "Save Target As... " after download it, copy it to c:\windows\fonts\ directory on your hard disk.

Mozilla Firefox does not support Indic scripts on these operating systems unless a modified version of the program is used, such as the one found here.

Windows 2000

Complex text support needs to be manually enabled.

Viewing Indic Text

  • Go to Start > Settings > Control Panel > Regional Options > General [Tab].
  • In the "Language settings for this system" frame, check the box next to "Indic".
  • Copy the appropriate files from the Windows 2000 CD when prompted.
  • If prompted, reboot your computer once the files have been installed.

Inputting Indic Text

You must follow the steps above before you perform the remaining steps.

  • Select "Input Locale" [Tab].
  • Click the "Add" button in the "Installed input locales" frame.
  • Select the desired language in the "Input Locale" drop-down box on the "Add Input Locale" dialogue box.
  • Now select the appropriate keyboard you wish to use.

Windows XP and Server 2003

You should be able to view the text without any problem, but in case you can not see Bhojpuri Text, please follow the instructions given below:

Viewing Indic Text

  • Go to Start > Control Panel.
  • If you are in "Category View" select the icon that says "Date, Time, Language and Regional Options" and then select "Regional and Language Options".
  • If you are in Classic View select the icon that says "Regional and Language Options".
  • Select the "Languages" tab and make sure you select the option saying "Install files for complex script and right-to-left languages (including Thai)". A confirmation message should now appear - press "OK" on this confirmation message.
  • Allow the OS to install necessary files from the Windows XP CD and then reboot if prompted.

Inputting Indic Text

You must follow the steps above before you perform the remaining steps.

  • In the "Regional and Language Options", click the "Languages" tab.
  • Click on the "Details" tab.
  • Click the "Add" button to add a keyboard for your particular language.
  • In the drop-down box, select your required Indian language.
  • Make sure the check box labelled "Keyboard layout/IME" is selected and ensure you select an appropriate keyboard.

  • Now select "OK" to save changes.

You can use the combination ALT + SHIFT to switch between different keyboard layouts. If you want a language bar, you can select it by pressing the "Language Bar..." button on the "Text Services and Input Languages" dialog and then selecting "Show the language bar on my desktop". The language bar enables you to visually select the keyboard layout you are using.

Mac OS X 10.4

Viewing Indic Text

You do not need to do anything to enable viewing of Indic text.

Inputting Indic Text

Specific keyboard layouts can be enabled in System Preferences, in the International pane. Switching among enabled keyboard layouts is done through the input menu in the upper right corner of the screen. The input menu appears as an icon indicating the current input method or keyboard layout often a flag identified with the a country, language, or script. Specific instructions are available from the "Help" menu (search for "Writing text in other languages").

Gnome

Viewing Indic Text

You do not need to do anything to enable viewing of Indic text in Gnome 2.8 or later. Older versions may have support for some, but not all Indic scripts. Ensure you have appropriate Unicode fonts for each script you wish to view or edit.

When using Mozilla or Firefox, you must enable Pango rendering by opening xterm and typing MOZ_ENABLE_PANGO=1 mozilla or MOZ_ENABLE_PANGO=1 firefox. After this, all future sessions of Mozilla or Firefox will have Indic language support. This will work only on Firefox compiled with ctl support. Only the firefox binaries supplied by Fedora Core 4 and Ubuntu Linux are compiled with this ctl and set this option, by default.

Inputting Indic Text

  • Go to Applications > Preferences > Keyboard.
  • Select the "Layouts" tab.
  • Select the keyboard for the language or script you wish to use from the "Available Layouts" frame and then press "Add".
  • Press "Close" to discard the dialogue box.
  • Right click on the main menu on your desktop and select "Add to Panel...".
  • Select "Keyboard Indicator" and click "Add".
  • Position the keyboard indicator on your menu bar and click it to switch between keyboard layouts.

KDE

Viewing Indic Text

You do not need to do anything to enable viewing of Indic text. Ensure you have appropriate Unicode fonts for each script you wish to view or edit.

Inputting Indic Text

  • In the Control Center, go to Regional & Accessibility, Keyboard Layout
  • In the tab Layout, click on Enable keyboard layouts
  • Choose the layout you want in Available layouts
  • Click on Apply
  • Now, you will have an icon for the KDE Keyboard Tool in your panel, in which you can choose the layout you want

 

 

 

 

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