Unicode display problems in Windows platform
1. Windows XP and IE 5.5 +:
you do not need to do anything
2. Windows XP and NS 4.77+ : do the following ?
go to Control panel>Regional and Language Options
click the ?languages? tab
check the ?install files for complex scripts?.?
Click ?OK? on the warning and then ?OK? again to close the panel
Windows will install the necessary files (You may be asked for your
window XP CD). Then it will ask you to restart the computer. After
the computer restarts, your Hindi pages should show correctly in
3. For browsers on Windows platform lower than XP ?
install any UNICODE font that supports Devnagari. The recommended
fonts are Code2000 or Mangal. Go to the following link to download
Code2000. (Download 1)
and install in by going to control panel>fonts
If the browser still does not show the document properly then do the
go to Tools> Internet Option (in IE). From the default general tab
click ?Languages?? button. The click ?add? button to add ?Hindi? or
?Sanskrit? (or any other language using Devanagari font) from the
displayed list. Click ?Ok? to close the forms.
For NS 7 +,: click ?view?, click ?character encoding?, select
UTF-16LE. This should fix the problem
For NS 4.77 + go to edit> preferences>appearance>font. Select
?Unicode? in the first text box, and the name of your Unicode font (Code2000
or Mangal) in next two. This should fix the problem
If the problem still persists, add the desired language from the
Unicode display problems in Linux/Unix platform :
We recommend the mozila browser 1.5 for Devanagari display