Jeroen Hellingman [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] wrote:
>>One product that does support Tamil in Unicode is Unitype Global
>>unfortunately, you still have to select a Tamil font manually when it
>>a Tamil character, as it won't do it automatically. I consider this a big
>>I need to switch scripts extremely often. (I evaluated it for dictionary
>>making, in which the
>>scripts switch several times for each headword.).
I was doing the same thing recently in Chinese, Japanese, Korean and
English. I concluded that I had to think of it as an inverted database file
(storing columns, each of a single datatype, instead of rows containing one
record each). I made a group of entries in one script, then went back and
added the bits in the next script, and so on.
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