Baraha, BarahaIME, BarahaPad run on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10.
Unicode requirements: (See: Unicode vs ANSI)
For displaying Indian language Unicode text, you may use any Unicode font that supports respective Indian language script.
Even if we don't specify the font, Unicode text is always displayed correctly because the Windows OS provides a default font Nirmala UI that supports all Indian scripts.
- Indian languages are enabled by default in Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10. But, if you are using Windows 200, Windows XP, make sure Indian languages is enabled.
- Eventhough the operating system supports Unicode and Indian languages, not all applications may support the same.
- If an application doesn't support Unicode at all, then you will see question marks. ()
- If an application does support Unicode but not Indian languages, then you will see box characters. ()
- An application may support Unicode and Indian languages, but may not properly implement OLT (Opentype Layout Tables). In such a case, you will see improper rendering of the text as shown in the example below.
- Not all Unicode fonts support all the ligatures. Please read...