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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: how i write hindi fonts
I you have Win7, you need Ultimate or Enterprise to enable additional languages. There may be a way, but I only have one machine here that is Win7 Pro and I am unable to get additional fonts by default.
Adding font packs, enables the additional visual keyboard in your menu bar in Win7. Once installed, a MUI (what MS calls it's language packs) enables options in Region and Languages in the Control Panel so that you can get the keyboard up, and allows MS Word 2010 and probably others to enable input directly from the keyboard in the various Office applications.
It may be possible if you have a font file, and an impressive memory, to input values that represent what you want in an editor that supports UNICODE, but I wouldn't wish that curse upon my worst enemy, and it may not be persistant, since your system by default would want to only use the english UNICODE characters....and it may change things around so that it is happy (hide invisible characters, change control codes to spaces, and silly things like that).
Posted on Oct 08, 2012
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