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I am using Google Input Tools for writing Hindi text (Indian Language) by typing English letters which gets Transliterated by Google Tool.
Sys Config: Windows 7
InDesign version: CS6
Font used: Mangal (pre-installed in Windows 7)
In some places the text works fine whereas in some characters there are some issues that bar InDesign from rendering them properly. MS Word renders the text precisely.
Screenshots to help you understand my issue:
Screenshot 1: http://lookpic.com/O/i2/880/e6ZOQm5t.png (Testing the Font in MS Word - I)
Screenshot 2: http://lookpic.com/O/i2/904/uydThvO.png (Testing the Font in MS Word - II)
Screenshot 3: http://lookpic.com/O/i2/1919/0YXka6YK.png (Testing the Font in Adobe InDesign CS6 - I)
Screenshot 4: http://lookpic.com/O/i2/1514/ioJmqtAi.png (Testing the Font in Adobe InDesign CS6 - II)
As you can see from the screenshots linked above, the MS Word is able to render the Google Input Text properly but Adobe InDesign CS6 doesn't
Please help me solve this problem/issue ASAP. Will be so greatful.
I've no idea about Language/Font support and Scripts (Latin, Unicode, etc)
In Type/Paragraph use Adobe World-Ready Paragraph Composer.
Thank you so much Ellis
DIdn't expect such prompt solution.Can you also (if possible) elaborate on what "Adobe World-Ready Paragraph Composer" does/did which corrected the issue?
You can find a little more information about the subject here: http://blogs.adobe.com/vikrant/2012/05/indesign-cs6-indic-support-and-preferences/
"With InDesign CS6, you have the ability to create documents using indic text. Adobe World-Ready Composer (WRC) provides correct word shaping for many of the non-Western scripts, such as Devanagari. Adobe World-Ready composers in the International English version of InDesign, support several indian languages including Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Tamil, Punjabi,Bengali, Telugu, Oriya, Malayalam, and Kannada."
Thank you so much once again
That was brilliant....its taken care off in Indesign.....however I am still facing the issue with Photoshop and iIlustrator...any help would be highly appreciated (y) thanks a million
Hey there, the easiest solution to this is go to the page; Unicode <=> Kruti dev Converter | Rajbhasha.net राजभाषा बीकानेर
Whatever you need to write has to be written correctly in Google Tools and pasted in Unicode box before converted to Kruti dev. From Kruti dev you can directly paste it in Photoshop and Illustrator. You'll get no discrepancies then
Sure! good luck (y)
Thanks a million! You made my life so easy!
Thank you so much
Thank you very much!
after using this option i did exported epub in fixed layout. and when opend it in windows 10 i can see 1 box after every line. and then i have opened html in notepad++ the i can see "â€©" this type symbols after every line. please tell me if any solution.
i have used mangal font for hindi
Try using Epub reflowable instead.