Speaking of Windows, he might want to try the True Type Font at
http://www.myanmar.com/font.html on Windows 2000. It looks like they are
not using Unicode but some kind of code page, however, True Type fonts are
by definition Unicode encoded. It would be a matter of re-encoding. Maybe
he could contact the people who created the font.
I don't know of a Linux solution. I suspect that the Myanmar Linux market
is smaller so we may have to wait for it to expand.
From: John Cowan [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, October 20, 2000 9:04 AM
To: Unicode List
Subject: Re: Myanmar Script (1000-109F)
Doug Ewell wrote:
> > 1. Standard National Unicode-compliant Character Set
> I guess this phrase is the one that's holding me up. The only truly
> Unicode-compliant character set is Unicode!
However, a subset of Unicode may well meet Myanmar local requirements.
> > My testbed is on Linux, most professionals' preferred OS.
> [...] Please, let's not use this list as a forum
> for OS chauvinism.
I took this statement to refer to "most Myanmar professionals". Is there
in fact a version of Windows localized for Myanmar?
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