Baraha is a text editor for Indian languages.
System requirements: Baraha runs on Windows 95/98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.
Baraha editor has following sections.
The Input Window is where the user types the text.
The Preview Window is where the user sees the text converted to the selected script in real time. This window shows only the currently edited line of the text in the Input Window and highlights the current word edited. User may also select a portion of the text in the Input Window, which will be shown in the Preview Window.
The Output Window is where the user sees the complete output. During editing, user may press the Convert button on the standard toolbar (hot key: Ctrl + T) to convert the entire input text to the selected language. User may also select a portion of the text in the Input Window and convert it.
The Help Window shows the various help topics. The Help Window may be shown or hidden using the and buttons on the standard toolbar.
For phonetic typing rules and examples, see Phonetic keyboard. For Selective text formatting, see Switches.
<lang=kan> jai karnATaka mAte !<lang=eng>India is great ! <lang=hin>merA bhArat mahAn !
<lang=kan|font="BRH Kailasam">kannaDa kaibaraha akShara shaili
<size=32|color= blue>dappaneeliakSharagaLu<size=16|color=red> saNNa keMpu akSharagaLu
<lang=eng|b>Bold <-b|i>Italic <-i|u>Underlined<-u> text
<lang=kan|b>dappa <-b|i>Ore <-i|u>aDigere<-u> akShara shailigaLu
The News Icon becomes highlighted if the news is available for the currently selected language and the Internet is ON. The News Icon flashes if an updated news is available. User may click on the news icon to access the news.