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From Kadal Amutham <vka...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Tamil translation
Date Fri, 07 Dec 2012 11:25:38 GMT
I copied the source code file of openoffice.org/ta and reposted at
thewink.in/tamil. The only change I did is that I also uploaded the font
file  in the same directory. Now Tamil font is correctly rendered.

With Warm Regards

V.Kadal Amutham
919444360480



On 6 December 2012 08:21, Kadal Amutham <vkadal@gmail.com> wrote:

> I am attaching two files which are using Tamil text. I have used css to
> render correctly the Tamil font and the font file also shall be uploaded in
> the same directory where the file lies. Through css one can control the
> font color, size and alignment.   The file is up and running at
> www.3frames.in/kadal/Neekadavulaa-II . The text can displayed in HTML
> also. But you have to load the font somewhere in the internet and point to
> the location of the font.
>
> p.ex1
> {
> font:15px SUNRRAVI;
> }
>
> The above lines are the css code and the font name is SUNRRAVI.
>
> The following lines are the Tamil text
>
> <p class="ex1">
>
> Gpwg;Gf;Fk; ,wg;Gf;Fk; gpd!dhy; VjhtJ cs!sjh?  VNjh xd!W gpwe;j rpRthf>
> jtOk; koiyahf> tpisahLk; igadhf> gbf;Fk; khztdhf> fl;loFf; fhisahf> kd!kjf;
> fhjydhf> md!ghd fztdhf> nghWg;Gs!s mg;ghthf> mYtyfj;jpy; RWRWg;ghd
> Ntiyahspahf> jhj;jhthf> gpd! gLf;if Nehahspahf> ,we;j gpzkhf ebf;fpwJ.
>  ,Jjhd! cyf ehlfkh?  ehd!fpy; jto;e;J> ,uz!by; ele;J> %d!wpy; Cd!wp> ehd!F
> Nguhy; vq;F vLj;Jr;nry;yg; gLfpwhd! kdpjd!?  mtd! tUfpd!whdh? mtd!
> Nghfpd!whdh?  ,wg;Gk; gpwg;Gk; kdpjd! jiy vOj;jh?  khw;wNt Kbahjjh?  clypy;
> ,Ue;j VNjh xd!W nrd!wgpd!> me;j cliyr; Rkf;f ehd!FNgh; Njitg;gLfpwJ.  ahh;
> mJ?  mJ fhw;Wk; my;y> ePUk; my;y> xspAk; my;y.  gpd! vd!d jhd! mJ?
>  ,g;gbg;gl;l tpghPjkhd tpisahl;il mJ tpisahbNa MfNtz!Lkh?  mg;gb
> tpisahLk;gb mij eph;ge;jg; gLj;JtJ ahh; my;yJ vJ?   ekf;Fj; njhpe;j xNu
> gjpy; (mg;gb vd!W epidf;fpNwhk;) mJ Mj;kh my;yJ Md!kh.  Mj;kh my;yJ Md!kh
> vd!why; vd!d vd!W ekf;Fj; njhpahJ.   </p>  </p><p class="ex1">
>
>
>
>
> ,e;j gFjpiag; gw;wp KO tpsf;fk; jUtJ Nahfk;.  mjdhNyNa Nahf KiwfSk; kpf
> Kf;fpaj;Jtk; ngWfpd!wd.  ek; gz!ila fhyj;J Kd!Ndhh;fs! vOjpa cgep\j;Jf;fs!
> ,e;j Nfs!tpfSf;nfy;yhk; xU jPh;f;fkhd> rpf;fyw;w> njspthd gjpiyj; jUfpd!wd.
>  Jujp\!ltrkhf> mit rk]!fpUj nkhopapy; ,Ue;jjhy;> gyh; njhpe;Jnfhs!s
> tha;g;gpy;yhky; Ngha;tpl;lJ.  cgep\j;Jf;fs! %lek;gpf;ifia ntWf;fpd!wd.  mit
> mDgt G+Htkhf> tpQ!Qhd G+Htkhf ,e;j tp\aj;ij Muha;e;J nrhy;fpd!wd.
>
>
>  </p>
>
> You can try with the code. If you want me to modify the files, I can also
> do it for you, for which you should give me font file and Tamil text
>
> With Warm Regards
>
> V.Kadal Amutham
> 919444360480
>
>
>
> On 4 December 2012 20:52, Rob Weir <robweir@apache.org> wrote:
>
>> On Tue, Dec 4, 2012 at 10:01 AM, Kadal Amutham <vkadal@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > I need the font file or name of the font, which has been used in typing
>> the
>> > content. Without the font, I can not do any thing. Day after tomorrow I
>> > will send a file, how to use css, and render Tamil font correctly
>> >
>>
>> The font declarations in the page looks like this:
>>
>> <font color="#fffffff" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif,
>> TSCu_Paranar" size="3">
>>
>> Isn't this backwards?  The browser should be searching the list from
>> start to finish, looking for a font that exists on the system.  So it
>> will never even look for TSCu_Paranar, since every system will have
>> sans-serif.
>>
>> We're not currently distributing any font files for this page, and we
>> have no way of telling what font was used when creating this page.
>> (It is a very old page).
>>
>> -Rob
>>
>> > With Warm Regards
>> >
>> > V.Kadal Amutham
>> > 919444360480
>> >
>> >
>> > On 4 December 2012 15:24, J├╝rgen Schmidt <jogischmidt@gmail.com> wrote:
>> >
>> >> On 12/2/12 3:41 PM, Andrea Pescetti wrote:
>> >> > On 01/12/2012 Kadal Amutham wrote:
>> >> >> Is translation into Tamil completed? Or it is yet to be taken?
How
>> many
>> >> >> pages need translation?
>> >> >
>> >> > Tamil is not bad (93%) and it can reasonably be completed by the
>> >> > December 31st deadline if you would like to see OpenOffice 3.4.1
>> >> > released in Tamil in January.
>> >> >
>> >> > As it happens for the other languages, someone (very likely, still
>> >> > Juergen!) will send to the list or to you the PO files for Tamil
>> (ta) in
>> >> > a few days and then you can start translating. In the meantime, you
>> can
>> >> > read http://incubator.apache.org/openofficeorg/translate.html and
>> read
>> >> > it again once you received PO files and have POEdit open.
>> >> >
>> >> > Note: especially for someone who frequently writes to mailing lists
>> like
>> >> > you, it is good to start a new conversation to help people who follow
>> >> > mailing list traffic by discussion, or "threads". So, if we are
>> >> > discussing Basque and you would like to start a discussion about
>> Tamil,
>> >> > it's better that you create a new message to
>> l10n@openoffice.apache.org
>> >> > with a subject like "Tamil translation", otherwise it may happen that
>> >> > your message is buried in the discussion about Basque translation and
>> >> > thus less visible. I did it now, so we now have a separate discussion
>> >> > for Tamil translation.
>> >> >
>> >> > Regards,
>> >> >   Andrea.
>> >>
>> >> po files for Tamil can be found under
>> >> http://people.apache.org/~jsc/translation/aoo341_ta_po-files.tar.bz2
>> >>
>> >> When you have finished the work please create a new issue and attach
>> the
>> >> translated po files to this issue and assign it to jsc.
>> >>
>> >> Juergen
>> >>
>>
>
>

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