We are using Unicode Dynamic font.
Also, you can
download TheneeUniTx Font from here :
contains 'Unicode' Tamil contents. Make sure to set your browser encoding to
Installing and using Unicode font is just
like any other font. In Win2000 or WinXp, there won't be any problem as they
have Unicode support.
WinXP is shipped with a Tamil Unicode font "Latha".
Win98 is not Unicode enabled. But you can read websites. Only requirement
is: You should have IE ver5 or above.
When you find any trouble to read Tamil, simply change encoding by selecting
View>Encoding>Unicode (UTF-8) or right click and select Encoding>Unicode
How to Enable Tamil in Windows 2000?
You may need to have the Windows 2000 Installation CD for doing this.
1. From Start Menu, Open Settings --> Control Panel
2. In Control panel, Open "Regional Settings"
3. In that, in Language Settings for the system, many language groups can be
clicked. Search for "Indic" then Check this box near by "Indic". And press
OK Thats all Now your Computer has tamil support into it.
How to Enable Tamil in Windows XP?
If you are having Windows XP OS and are having problem viewing the Tamil
fonts, then you have to enable Indic support. Doing so is quite simple,
actually. Just follow the simple steps mentioned below.
1) keep your XP installation CD at hand. (If you have misplaced yours, or if
you have lost it, please get one from your friend, or relative, or someone
2) Click Start > Control Panel.
3) Click Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options.
4) Now, click Regional and language Options.
5) In the Suplemental Language support, Check the "Install files for Complex
Script and right to left languages (including thai) ", and then click Apply.
6) If you hadn't yet inserted the Win XP installation CD into your CD-ROM
drive, An alert will appear to ask you to insert the installation cd. Insert
the CD and then click OK. After the installation, your system will restart
for proper operation
7) Thats all... now your computer is enabled for Tamil Unicode.
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