Re: Pupil's question about Burmese

From: James Lin (James_Lin@symantec.com)
Date: Mon Nov 08 2010 - 16:57:43 CST

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    Your system locale has to handle the Burmese language. So you need to
    either install Windows 7 in Burmese or change under Regional / Language
    options in Control panel, under Adv tab.

    On 11/8/10 1:26 PM, "JP Blankert (thuis & PC based)" <jpblankert@zonnet.nl>
    wrote:

    > http://www.burmese-dictionary.org/tastatur.php?terme=hotel&termb=%5Bkdw%2Cf&id 
    > =2970
    >
    > Dear Unicoders,
    >
    > As you know I am only still a pupil in unicode, am studying, but the
    > answer to my next question may be a leap forward in my learning.
    >
    > Burmese:
    > http://www.burmese-dictionary.org/tastatur.php?terme=hotel&termb=%5Bkdw%2Cf&id6 
    > =2970
    >
    > I installed the fonts recommended in the dictionary, have Windows 7 and
    > Opera 10.6. When I type 'hotel' it is translated into Burmese. But when
    > I want to copy and paste the word, on the very same page,
    >
    > [kdw,
    >
    > appears. Explanations, tips? What happens on your screens?
    >
    > Thanks, br, Philippe Blankert
    >
    >
    >



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