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Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post. But don't work in TextEdit or in Ms Word. No, I have not tried installing other fonts. Tom Gewecke Tom Gewecke. You do not need to download any fonts -- there is only one that works and it is already on your machine Devanagari MT.
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Then you go to the "flag" menu at the top right of the Finder and select Devanagari. Then type.
Can't see Hindi?
Really surprised that other Hindi fonts aren't useable on Mac. As well as very sad to have invested in MS Word for Mac, not for the first time, and am now looking for other options. Mac and Windows use different technologies for complex scripts like Hindi. In PC that is easy to do because I know how to do it. How does one do that in Mac? I am trying to read the doc sent to me in Hindi.
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When I select it and change to Devnagri I still get to see the Roman version. Is it possible to view selections in different fonts?
Do you mean you are not actually seeing Devanagari script but Latin instead? No easy font change can fix that.
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Try opening the doc with OpenOffice, which is a free word clone. If you like, send me a copy of your doc tom at bluesky dot org and I will see if I can figure out the problem. I can select other fonts but with Devangari nothing happens. What does 'encoding problem' mean? Is it my machine or is it the source?
If you do not see Devanagari when you have selected the text and switched the font in TextEdit or OpenOffice to the Devanagari MT provided with OS X, then your source could be some non-standard legacy encoding. In any case, it is hard to tell what the problem might be without seeing the file.
You can download it from various places like here: The encoding standard expected by all modern machines and apps is Unicode, where no other script is mapped to Latin and you do not need to install custom fonts. Good news!
If at all possible I would recommend moving whatever work you are doing in that custom encoding to Unicode instead, to avoid it becoming unreadable sometime in the future. Madinmumbai Question: Ask a question Reset. Nevertheless if you do know of a way to make them work on the mac, please let us know, I will add the information to this howto with credits to you.
Safari 2. Here is a screenshot. Thanks to Simon G Brown for the image. Here is another screenshot taken on a Tiger, using Safari 2. In order for webservers to know your preferred languages, go to System Preferences International Languages , choose the list of languages , and then drag and drop to sort them. Mac is known to have good support using the iCab browser. Here is a screenshot of a popular Hindi blog aggregator. Mozilla Firefox 3.
However firefox ignores the language preference set in the System Preferences, instead, the language preferences can be set in the Preferences If you are a mac user and have more information about setup, please let us know about browser settings, email clients, newsreaders and text editors that can be used for devanagari on Mac. Once the Devanagari on Tiger setup is available, the default mail program would work fine with Hindi, here's a screenshot of Mail in Tiger. Webmail, of course, works fine on Safari or iCab. If you have any tips, instructions, or screenshots of news clients that can be used for devanagari on the Mac, please let me know.
Some more information on Tiger is available at Anubhav Goyal 's blog. Reading and writing Hindi on a Mac This page contains tips on how to use a Mac to view websites , mail , newsgroups in languages using the devanagari script, ie Hindi , Marathi, Kashmiri, Konkani, Sanskrit.