Support for non-english keyboards
arvimide at earthlink.net
Sun Apr 14 00:21:11 UTC 2013
On Apr/13/2013 6:1546 PM, JD wrote:
> Hi All,
> I would like to try to type in none-english script.
> I can either buy a keyboard made for a specific
> language or buy a thin silicon overlay whichare made
> for specific brand name keyboards, like HP,or Apple, ...etc.
> Unfortunately, I do not find any overlays for generic USB based
> My question is: what do I have to do so that the application
> (such as FireFox, or Thunderbird, or even the gnome-terminal)
> will display the script of that specific language?
I can help you with Thunderbird, but you don't give enough information
for detailed help. I assume you already have fonts for the language in
question. In Thunderbird's preferences, make adjustments in Display and
Composition. In Display choose the font for your language and in
Advanced make the indicated choices. Similarly for Composition. Also,
the View menu should enable reading texts in many, but not all,
languages in fonts and formats you haven't been able to set.
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