From: Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jun 07 2007 - 14:41:25 CDT
-On [20070607 21:05], John Hudson (email@example.com) wrote:
> Jeroen, in your earlier message, you posted this text string:
My apologies, I've been updating that string to, what I hope, is the proper
encoded way. I've also added a second string that a friend of mine says makes
more sense gramatically.
> The second of these text strings renders correctly on my system if I use a
> different Devanagari font. The Windows Mangal font displays it in a way that
> is decipherable but ugly, with the Ra resolving to a full form with halant
> rather than forming a rakar. Neither font displays the first string
> See comparison here:
Mmm, that explains why it did not match up.
It gets even funnier when you add Aparajita into the mix, seems that font is
more conforming then:
It seems Mangal in Vista received a substantial overhaul though.
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