Day by day the computer systems are increasing very quickly, because of their better ,fast and optimize nature.It help's the every part of the industry and business.Most probably we are using ENGLISH as a default language for communicating with our computer systems.So many of peoples have computer systems in their house,if we want to write something in our regional languages then its possible with some std. fonts style.But they have some limitation like Portability i,e we need to installed that font each and every system from which we want to read the regional language data.
Yesterday I went to a shop for taking a print out of my data ,that time one of the person came over their and started quarreling with shop keeper !!! I didn't know why they were quarreling,but after hearing their discussion I realized that,that person took some printouts of his matter,which was written in MARATHI (Regional language). So due to absence of corresponding font he got all the things in printout as unreadable format like this "  ",For that he was blaming with shop-keeper.That matter ends very quickly as shopkeeper accept his fault 🙂
So the thing I want to tell you that,if you are using some regional font for writing your matter then you always need to carry it with you so that you can open it in other machine. As a UNICODE encoding is supported to all major OS ,we can easily overcome such Problem/issue. Their are lots of free software's are available for many OS platforms that will help you to write in any regional language.So you can easily use it in any Unicode compatible machine,no need to carry/install FONT with each new machine .
Following are some free tools that will help you in Regional Language Writing
1. Google Transliteration : Google Transliteration is very Powerful free regional language tool develop by search engine giants Google. I highly recommanded every one to use it for better and optimum performance.This application is available in 2 versions.
It also used by Indian government for Aadhaar Card (UID)
#Online : If you have good internet connectivity then you can use this online version to type in any regional language. It has very simple & rich user interface.
#Offline: If you don't have internet connectivity ,still you can avail all the features of Google Transliteration with their Offline/Standalone IME(Input Method) version. Some key features of offline versions
-No active internet connection needed,Personalize choice
-Word Completions/Suggestion,Cool Customization
-Easy keyboard,Quick Search
Offline installation have some guide line,must read it from here
[note] If you are running Win XP ,then before going to install offline Google Transliteration setup you need to install some supported files from your Win Xp CD ,so insert your XP CD then go to Control Panel-> Regional and Language Options->Language tab- >check all 2 check-box under 'Supplemental Lang Support '. That's it !!! You can see snap above . [/note]
2. Tamil Cube : Its a Unicode editor mostly support major Indian languages. Its also so simple,but it don't have Rich Text Editor like Google transliterate :(. As it is online editor you compulsory need internet connectivity
3. QuillPad Editor : This is also one of the good and popular Unicode editor after Google transliterate.It has rich text editor with great options.It also help you to embed their script in your regional website using QuillPad widget,so that your visitors can put comment in native languages.It's also need internet connection to work 🙁
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