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How to Download and Use Avarangal Tamil Font on Windows and Mac

"..The talent, interest andenergy in Tamil Computing are widely scatteredaround the world. For nearly two decades, theexpertise and enthusiasm of this community werereflected as individual efforts mainly engagedin development of fonts and keyboard drivers.The fast changes in the computing environmentand worldwide proliferation of Internet usagehave widened the base of interest in TamilComputing and Internet applications..."Dr. M.Anandakrishnan at TamilInternet 2000

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1. You need to have Unicode Tamil fonts installedon your computer and the Operating System capableof rendering Tamil Scripts. Windows XP comes witha Unicode Tamil Font (Latha) and you shouldnot need to download/install a unicodefont.

3. Use a browser that is capable of handlingUTF-8 based pages (Netscape 6, Internet Explorer5) with the Unicode Tamil font chosen as thedefault font for the UTF-8 char-set/encodingview. Unicode Tamil Fonts may be downloaded fromhere

Some users of Windows 98/NT/ME/2000 Windows NTmay find that even with a Tamil Unicode fontinstalled and the browser correctly set to View> Encoding > Unicode, some of the Tamilletters are incorrectly displayed. An example ofthis incorrect display may be viewed here usingany TSC font -

Recently (March 2004) most of us came to knowof a neat freeware program called LedLineIt!. This programallows you to create Unicode font Tamildocuments. All you need is e- Kalappai 1.0 or 2.0 withthe Unicode kmx file.

Using Leadlineit , you can save the Unicodedocument file and print it out as well. As amatter of fact, you can even save the document asa HTML file for uploading to a free Web hostingservice. So you can use it as a HTML editor aswell.If you have Win XP machine, to get the bestUnicode capability, you need to install the Asianfont capability. From start, go to settings,control panel and then select the regionalsettings. Install the Asian font capability. (youmight be asked to place the WinXP OS disk).After you install the Asian font capability ,select the regional font option again and selectadvanced. Select the Tamil language option.

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With MS office XP Word and selecting Tamildriver and selecting Latha font and usingEkalappai you can create a Tamil Unicodedocument. Using Publisher 2003 you can create aWeb page. Of course you can cut and paste into aBlog page.

You can enter in Tamil into the text boxes ofYahoo mail and Hotmail as well. The mostimportant thing to do is to make sure that youhave the Internet options set with Thenee UNIXfont and Tamil language selected. If you don't doit right then things won't be right.Now you can input in Unicode Tamil in both Win 98and XP systems. Thanks to Ekalappai, (Keymanmodule) and Ledlineit we have the ability toinput in Unicode Tamil." - (in Tamil dotNet mailing list in March 2004)

The talent, interest and energy in TamilComputing are widely scattered around the world.For nearly two decades, the expertise andenthusiasm of this community were reflected asindividual efforts mainly engaged in developmentof fonts and keyboard drivers.

The fast changes in the computing environmentand worldwide proliferation of Internet usagehave widened the base of interest in TamilComputing and Internet applications. In thisevolution, the first Tamilnet'97 Conference in Singaporeidentified the key issues and outlined the scopefor further intensive efforts. The secondConference, Tamilnet'99 held in Chennai providedthe basis for evolving common schemes for Tamilfont encoding and Tamil keyboardconfiguration.

Since then, there has been a sharp increase inhe level of activities in development of productsand initiating efforts in new directionsresponding to the rapid advances in informationtechnology. Current momentum includes, attentionto operating systems, OCR, Text to Voice, TamilBrowsers, remote communication, printers, fontand Tamil menus, dynamic fonts, Tamil e-mail,Tamil Domain Names, Tamil Virtual libraries,Web-based Tamil Courses and so on. This paperpresents an overview of the efforts in TamilNadu.

IntroductionSince the early eighties, when personalcomputers became available extensively, a numberof persons with deep interest in Tamil begandevelopment of Tamil fonts for use in thecomputers. A large number of Tamil fonts werecreated as glyphs allocating the upper half ofthe 8 bit ASCII Table. Individual font developersassigned different code positions to differentcharacters and modifiers.

Since most of these initial developments werein English speaking countries with easier accessto personal computers than India, many chose toadopt Romanised Keyboards, with some smallvariations in using the QWERTY keys for someTamil fonts. There were also developments ofTamil keyboard configurations, either resemblinglargely the Remington Tamil Typewriter or withconfigurations of individual taste andreasoning.The Singapore Tamilnet 97 Conferenceorganized by Dr. Naa Govindasamyhighlighted these variations and the consequenthandicaps in promoting use of Tamil in computersand in effective penetration of Tamil inInternet. This challenge was articulatedextensively by a group of enthusiastic personsthrough the discussion group TSCII (Tamil Standard Character for InformationInterchange). At the same time Dr. NaaGovindasamy evolved font encoding schemes andkeyboard configurations through the IRDU(Internet Research and Development Unit) ofSingapore.The Tamilnet 99 at Chennai provided anoccasion to review these initiatives and suggested thatthe Tamil Glyph Encoding should consist of amonolingual (TAM) as well as a 2 bilingual (TAB)scheme. It also recommended a phonetic keyboard layout. Theconference drew attention to the variousimportant and urgent efforts required to beundertaken.

The user community is getting accustomedto the products based on one or the other schemedetermined by their convenience for exchange ofdocuments, e-mail communication, operatingenvironments and ease of availability andsupport. In Tamil Nadu all of these schemes arein use. There are also a few, mainly some Tamilnewspapers on the Internet, who continue to usefontsoutside these schemes either due to inertiaor backend compatibility.

Certified ProductsAfter the Tamilnet 99 Conference on 7-8February 1999, the Government of Tamil Naduannounced on 13.06.1999 the encodingstandards for TAM/TAB fonts and Keyboardconfiguration of Tamil 99. KanithamizhSangam has so far certified 17 products for conformityto Tamil 99 standards.Other Products in Use

ConclusionConsidering the rapid changes in the hardwaresystems, application software, operatingenvironments and communication devices, there aremany new challenges that are to be undertakenwith time-bound goals and involving the besttalents available worldwide. It would be usefulto assign the primary responsibility forundertaking the development tasks to a particularinstitution or a research group who should befunded adequately. The progress of work should bereviewed at predefined intervals not only by thefunding agency but also through anotherdesignated mechanism such as INFITT.New demands for development of uniqueproducts which are of immediate relevance shouldalso be identified through such a mechanism andevolve a method to analyse the involvement ofcompetent persons. It is high time that theperspectives on Tamil computing and TamilInternet are guided by vision and hope far beyondfont encoding and keyboards.

This Font Converter supports to convert the fonts into TSCII to Unicode. This Font Converter is very easy and simple to use. The user requires to choose the source font to target font on the main menu. Then, the user needs to pastes the source text into the text box and press the convert button for the conversion. User does not require to download or install any extra software for this TSCII to Unicode Conversation. User can simply copy the converted text by using the copy button and can able to share the copy text into email, Blogger, Facebook, and Twitter.

A font can be embedded only if it containsa setting by the font vendor that permits it to be embedded. Embeddingprevents font substitution when readers view or print the file,and ensures that readers see the text in its original font. Embeddingincreases file size only slightly, unless the document uses CIDfonts. a font format commonly used for Asian languages. You canembed or substitute fonts in Acrobat or when you export an InDesigndocument to PDF.

If you have difficulty copying and pasting textfrom a PDF, first check if the problem font is embedded (File >Properties > Font tab). For an embedded font, try changing thepoint where the font is embedded, rather than sending it insidethe PostScript file. Distill the PDF without embedding that font.Then open the PDF in Acrobat and embed the font using the Preflightfixup.

The Acrobat installation includes width-only versions of many common Chinese, Japanese, and Korean fonts, therefore Distiller can then access these fonts in Acrobat. Make sure that the fonts are available on your computer. (In Windows, choose Complete when you install Acrobat, or choose Custom and select the Asian Language Support option under the View Adobe PDF category. In Mac OS, these fonts are installed automatically.)

To specify other font folders for Distiller to search, in Acrobat Distiller, choose Settings > Font Locations. Then in the dialog box, click Add to add a font folder. Select Ignore TrueType Versions Of Standard PostScript Fonts to exclude TrueType fonts that have the same name as a font in the PostScript 3 font collection.

You can create a printable previewof your document that substitutes default fonts for any text formattedin fonts that are available on your local computer but are not embeddedin the PDF. This preview can help you decide whether to embed thoselocal fonts in the PDF, to achieve the look you want for your document.

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