From: Doug Ewell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Jan 17 2004 - 13:35:10 EST
Haresh Gujarathi (eMantra Information) wrote:
> I have win xp and I want to type in ZWJ and ZWNJ while using Indic
> Language. I am using INSCRIPT keyboard layout for Indic Scripts.
> One way as I understand is entering unicode value and then Alt+X. But
> this is very cumbersome way to do if one is doing lot of text input.
> Is there any simpler way?
> If not, IMHO, this is serious limitation.
Microsoft's Global Development site says ZWJ and ZWNJ are available on
the INSCRIPT keyboard at Shift+Right Ctrl+1 and Shift+Right Ctrl+2
To view these, go to:
and select "Devanagari - INSCRIPT" from the list.
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