Re: வணக்கம்...

ம.ராமதாஸ் shriramadhas at
Mon Aug 28 10:03:16 BST 2006

In we will find the
applications that can be translated to Tamil.

Choose and Click on the application to translate.

say, "ept" is chosen. The rosetta window will open. To maintain repositories
and to make use the files we translated in dictionary it is better to
translate via PO file.

Click on the Download button on the Top section of the left navigation bar.
This will trigger an  link for download e-mailed to your mail ID.

Usin that we can download, translate and then upload using the "Upload a
file" in the same section.

I will take up the resposibility of sending the files so that the
repositories can be maintained centrally and shared.

50 words per week for an individual... Will that be fine?

As, suggessted by Sri TV we need not bother much about nouns.

Give your feedbacks and suggestions.


On 8/28/06, Tirumurti Vasudevan <agnihot3 at> wrote:
> நிலைமையை இவ்விடத்தில் அறிந்து கொள்ளலாம்.
> புரியாதது எப்படி போ கோப்புக்களை தரவிறக்கம் செய்வது என்பது.
> திவா
> On 8/28/06, Muguntharaj Subramanian <mugunth at> wrote:
> >
> > வணக்கம்,
> > மொழிபெயர்ப்பு நிலவரங்களை ஏதும் வலைத்தளத்தில் இட்டுள்ளீர்களா?
> >
> > அன்புடன்,
> > முகுந்தராஜ்
> >
> --

ம. ஸ்ரீ ராமதாஸ்.

Stepwise instructions - to view Unicode Tamil text

1. You need to have Unicode Tamil fonts installed on your computer and the
Operating System capable of rendering Tamil Scripts. Windows XP comes with a
Unicode Tamil Font (Latha) and you need not download/install a unicode font.
2. In the Control Panel, in Regional/Languages Options you will need to
ensure that Indic/Asian Language option is checked.
3. Use a browser that is capable of handling UTF-8 based pages (Netscape 6,
Internet Explorer 5) with the Unicode Tamil font chosen as the default font
for the UTF-8 char-set/encoding view. Unicode Tamil Fonts may be downloaded
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