Re: Arabic transliteration
|From:||Christophe Grandsire <christophe.grandsire@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, November 17, 2002, 16:02|
En réponse à "Isaac A. Penzev" <isaacp@...>:
> On Fri, 15 Nov 2002 10:29:51 +0100 Christophe Grandsire eskribyo:
> <<<I've downloaded it (Yudit).>>>
> Oh, too many pads... :-D
> I think BabelPad and such a nice utility as Keyman are indeed more
> than enough for my limited needs.
I'm not sure whether I want to install Keyman. If it's one of those programs
that constantly run in the background, I'd rather not have it. As for Babelpad,
I'll download it when it enhances its Windows ME build.
I've managed to make Yudit use the fonts installed in Windows (easy, there's a
file in it explaining how to do that :)) ), and now it works pretty well. Also,
it allows you to make your own keymaps easily. I'm still not really good at
working with its command line, but for the rest it's quite powerful. And its
bidirectional support is very good (as well as context-sensitive shape choosing
for scripts like Devanagari and Arabic). And it uses Ghostview for printing and
previewing, so it's no problem with my installation :)) .
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