Alan Wood wrote:
> Telugu is included in Arial Unicode MS, which is supplied
> with Microsoft's Office 2000 and FrontPage 2000.
I think that Office 2000 only supports Hindi and Tamil, by now. Arial
Unicode does contain Telugu glyphs (one for each Telugu character in
Unicode), but it still lacks all the contextual glyphs needed for consonant
conjuncts, etc. So it is not enabled to fully render Telugu.
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