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  1. Re: Sanskrit input (Devanagari and transliteration)

    You can edit the ibus transliteration keymap.
    You need to open the keymap file with root user.
    For Hindi transliteration you may use this sudo gedit /usr/share/m17n/hi-itrans.mim



    Now you can...
  2. Re: Sanskrit input (Devanagari and transliteration)

    Now SCIM has started, but itrans works for only Gedit Text Editor.
    It is not working for Openoffice and firefox or any other application.
    What should I do?

    Thanks
    Ajit.
  3. Re: Sanskrit input (Devanagari and transliteration)

    Hello Dear amerikkanu,
    I am trying to install it in UBUNTU 9.10, but it gives me the given message when I started SCIM through scim -d.

    ajit@ajit-desktop:~$ scim -d
    Smart Common Input Method...
  4. Re: Sanskrit input (Devanagari and transliteration)

    Dear amerikkanu,
    Thanks and congrats for this great post.
    I have used this method on my several systems, but I have faced some problem in my two laptops.
    In my first laptop, the scim icon shown...
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