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  1. Re: Sanskrit input (Devanagari and transliteration)

    First of all, a big thanks to all of you guys who have helped others to troubleshoot their issues in getting ibus Skt/translit up and running. I'm on various distros and seem often to get back to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 11.04 on a Thinkpad T420

    I forgot to mention a possibly crucial detail: I've upgraded to the 2.6.39-3 kernel. So maybe there's not yet support in this kernel for my mysteriously missing sensor? I'll get to googling on that
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 11.04 on a Thinkpad T420

    Wow, thanks for the quick reply! Yeah, I went through the basic setup and Thinkfan is running. I would just like to get that last sensor up and running. And I'd been to that German wiki page, but...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 11.04 on a Thinkpad T420

    Hi guys and thanks for the help. I've pretty much got thinkfan up and running, but I don't have the file

    /sys/devices/virtual/hwmon/hwmon0/temp1_input

    for sensor to refer to in...
  5. Re: Sanskrit input (Devanagari and transliteration)

    Sorry for the delay--I've mostly been on other distros of late and didn't see these replies. In case anyone else has this issue, it ought to just be an OpenOffice configuration issue. Under Tools >...
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    Re: (Relatively) Phonetic Hindi Input

    क्या आप ने प्रथमे या दूसरे विधि का प्रयोग किया ? अगर आप ने प्रथमे विधि का प्रयोग किया, तो प्रकाश का 'र्' अपने आप बनेगा -- मतलब्, प्रकाश = prakaash । और संप्रतीक कुंजी ऊपर मिलती है । तो,

    ँ = .N...
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    Re: (Relatively) Phonetic Hindi Input

    Sorry for the delay, I'm on summer break! I'm not sure I understand your setup. Did you create a new itransish input or did you simply tweak the itrans input? If the latter, you ought to be able...
  8. Re: Sanskrit input (Devanagari and transliteration)

    Thanks for the feedback! The packaging seems to have changed from version to version of Ubuntu, and since I just keep updating I didn't notice that. Updated the post with those packages. Thanks...
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    Re: (Relatively) Phonetic Hindi Input

    I've gone through this method again on my computer after updating to Jaunty and it works for me. I don't understand your problem, since all the files are in their same directory on my system. Did...
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    Re: (Relatively) Phonetic Hindi Input

    Hi and thanks for the feedback. I was able to get this method working again via a new input file (which I named itransish), so there's no need now for editing the original itrans file -- which will...
  11. Re: Sanskrit input (Devanagari and transliteration)

    Hi Sojusnik and thanks for the feedback. I don't quite understand it, though, since I still see all the same files in that m17n directory. I've updated this post to deal with the conflict in...
  12. Re: Sanskrit input (Devanagari and transliteration)

    Thanks for the feedback. I'm using Debian these days more than Ubuntu and didn't catch this glitch in the Ubuntu update. I've updated the post to deal with this this new conflict, albeit with a...
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    Re: (Relatively) Phonetic Hindi Input

    Hi, I take it you've already seen that m17n supports Arabic script input for Urdu. I don't know enough about that script to say whether it could be similarly tweaked for more phonetic input, sorry. ...
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    Re: (Relatively) Phonetic Hindi Input

    Hi, thanks for the kudos and sorry for the delay...



    That would be written "k.s" since you need to use a retroflex 's' and I standardized a period for all retroflexes in the character map. If...
  15. Re: Sanskrit input (Devanagari and transliteration)

    From what I can see, this is not a SCIM/m17n issue, both of which do their job in inputting the Devanagari properly. Your program, Anki, however, is then separating characters without regard for the...
  16. Re: Sanskrit input (Devanagari and transliteration)

    That looks to me to be a Unicode font issue since those circles are part of those characters, indicating that they are dependent ones, allowing IMEs to easily combine characters correctly. You might...
  17. Re: Sanskrit input (Devanagari and transliteration)

    Ajit, glad to hear this tweak has been helpful to you. Unfortunately, it seems that a recent update of SCIM is interrupting our input method. I just tweaked another system with this method and...
  18. Re: Sanskrit input (Devanagari and transliteration)

    I only type in Hindi infrequently, so I've never bothered to use anything but the Sanskrit input. It's surprising that such a popular spoken language as Hindi doesn't have a more intuitive keyboard....
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    (Relatively) Phonetic Hindi Input

    For those who would like a more phonetic Hindi keyboard than is provided by the Phonetic, Itrans or Inscript keyboards in SCIM/M17n, I thought I'd share a couple of tweaks specific to Hindi input. I...
  20. Re: Sanskrit input (Devanagari and transliteration)

    Actually, if you use Uttara from this site, you can get that 'a' vowel-sign, and others. It's the most full featured नागरी font I know of; it's what I usually use, though I prefer the aesthetics /...
  21. Re: Sanskrit input (Devanagari and transliteration)

    Thanks a lot for the feedback, I'll edit the post accordingly.
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    [all variants] Re: Kile - different color text for footnote?

    Jan from the Kile development list solved this one for me. You just need to replace the latex.xml file in /usr/share/apps/katepart/syntax with a file that has the text i'll place in a code box...
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    [all variants] Kile - different color text for footnote?

    hi,

    does anyone know whether Kile supports text with a different color within a particular piece of syntax - such as \footnote?

    I found an old thread that gave instructions on how to manipulate...
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    Re: Ubuntu Buddhist Editon

    Just in the way of an fyi, if this project goes forward... I've had issues with Sanskrit input in linux for a while now and finally solved the remaining nagging issues in this tips 'n trick post. ...
  25. Sanskrit input (Devanagari and transliteration)

    Update: In the new releases since this post was written, Ubuntu has come a very long way with preconfiguring the input method editor, now ibus (formerly SCIM), for us. It is now ready to go...
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