I am a Sri lanken. I am using sinhala unicords with font named iskolapotha for writing documents on Windows xp platform.But I can't use unicords with adobe applications. If I could I would thanked and It will easier to use adobe. I want to use page maker illustrator and Photoshop.
The only thing I can't comment on is that PageMaker is an obsolete and unsupported application.
I'm unable to find out what "sinhala uncords" are, so I'm assuming that's a term unique to Sinhalese, a specific language of Sri Lanka.
This information comes from Microsoft:
Sinhala (also called Singhalese), along with Tamil and English, are the native languages of Sri Lanka. Sinhala is the language of the Sinhalese, and descends from the Brahmi script. The Sinhala alphabet is found in Unicode Range 0D80 - 0DFF.
NOTE: You must have an application program that supports Unicode-encoded complex script fonts, such as OpenOffice or Microsoft Office for Windows (Mac Office does not currently support complex script fonts). Adobe Creative Suite users must have the Middle Eastern version, or a plug-in such as IndicPlus.