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    Tamil Unicode

    I Am Using Dapper Amd64. The Default Firefox Browser Does Not Supporting Tamil Unicode Encoding . Is There Any Browser For The Problem.

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    Re: Tamil Unicode

    export MOZ_ENABLE_PANGO=1 என்று முனையத்திலிருந்து ஆணையிட்டு பார்க்கவும்.
    ஆமாச்சு

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    Red face Re: Tamil Unicode

    Sorry if I am cross posting. Using Scim-bridge in Ubuntu 8.04.1 am using the phonetic tamil layout. Everything is fine except that if I type "nalam" in English to get "நலம்" in Tamil, I get only "னலம்" . Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
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    Re: Tamil Unicode

    I see that my post comes very late.. but anyway...

    'n' represents 'ன்'. To get 'ந்' you need to type 'w'. Hope that helps!

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    Smile Re: Tamil Unicode

    Thanks (நன்றி) a ton. I was lost when using the phonetic layout. Could you guide me where do I find the key mappings for phonetic tamil layout. Thanks in advance
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