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தினம்தினம் காணும் காட்சிகளும் செய்திகளின் தாக்கமும் ஏற்படுத்தும் உணர்வுகளை சிறு குறிப்புகளாக ‘பதிவு’ செய்கிறேன்.

அனைத்தையும் எழுத முடியாதெனினும் எழுத முடிந்த சில…

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என்னைப் பற்றி

பெயர்: ஈஸ்வரன்

இடம்: பிறந்தது-தமிழ்நாட்டில், வசிப்பது-செங்கனூர், கேரளம்

Eswar

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How-to view/post in TAMIL?

There are the two popular standards for Tamil script: TSCII & Unicode.

TSCII stands for Tamil Standard Code for Information Interchange. It was created by a group of Font developers, vendors, users, Tamil scholars and enthusiasts, through open net based discussion. TSCII was setup as an interim standard to stop the proliferation of Tamil encodings during mid-to-late 90’s.

Unicode is a universal coding scheme for ALL languages (including Tamil, of course). After Win XP was launched with support for Tamil unicode, this is getting widely popular since it is idiot-proof. There’s no font installation or browser settings needed! Google also supports Unicode tamil search. However, life is not perfect for people with Win 98 or older pc’s. So, TSCII lives on.. The Hub’s philosophy is to support both the standards.

Let’s look at TSCII first.

How to view in Tamil?

This should be simple.

Method 1: Download this file and save it in your c:\WINDOWS\Fonts\ directory. Close and Restart your browser. That’s all !

You should now be able read this: þÐ ¾Á¢ú ¾¢Š¸¢Â¢ø ¨¼ô ¦ºö¾Ð.. !

Method 2: You can also download e-Kalappai and install it. This sets up tamil fonts by default. You’ll be able to view tamil automatically after installation.

Method 3: There’s one more popular tool called Murasu Anjal software. It’s available at http://www.murasu.com. Just install and run to view TAMIL. For help, see here.

(Tamil is also supported on Mac and Linux platforms, see http://www.tamil.net/tscii/tools.html)

Typing & Posting in Tamil:

With eKalappai, you can type in Tamil as you would do for English. First press Alt+2 (eKalappai should be running in background). Now open Notepad and start typing like ‘ithu oru thamiz sOthanai’.. You’ll see it in Tamil..! Simple, isn’t it?

If you want to get back to English typing mode, press Alt+1.

Posting instructions:

– Use eKalappai/Murasu to type a test msg.
– Open the ‘post reply’ page, and copy & paste the tamil text.
– Click ‘Preview’ and see it views fine.
– If you can’t see TAMIL, pls check if [ tscii ] .. [ /tscii ] tags are present. Add them around the tamil text, if you don’t see them.
– If everything’s ok, ‘submit’ it.

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