Re: Sanskrit input (Devanagari and transliteration)
Are you using your method of input also for hindi writing or only for sanskrit? Both are written in devanagari, but the behaviour with ligatures and vowels is a little bit different. For example:
The following word written in Hindi is transcribed as follow:
खिड़की = khiṛkī = Window
But when you read this word as it would be written in Sanskrit, the transcription would look different:
खिड़की = khiṛakī
Because hindi is only using ligatures for sanskrit words and some other exceptions, most of the hindi words do not have ligatures at all. Additionaly, the vowel a is always added to a consonant in sanskrit, but not in hindi. It's a little bit confusing, but I hope that you know what mean.
Is there a method to configure SCIM for sanskrit and hindi with their special writing rules? How are you handling this problem?
PS: I am using a spaced repetition program to learn vocabulary for hindi and sanskrit. When typing an answer in devanagari, i see dotted circles after signs that have to be ligatures and signs with vowels. How do I get rid of this circles, so that my answer has the exact look of the requested word?
See pictures for clarification:
Maybe this link will help you: http://groups.google.com/group/ankis...3989cda4fdb0f3
Thanks in advance!