[Scribus] Incorrect rendering of Devanagari text.

Ravikant ravikant
Thu Dec 16 00:19:01 CET 2004

Dear Craig Bradney

Let us forget cloaks and daggers. However, please try and understand that we 
are part of the Indlinux team and we are also interested in localising 
Scribus, as we have already done gnome and .kde. But localisation can start 
only after the software demonstrates its usabilty for the users of languages 
that wish to work on it. For this we would need the name of the person who is 
working on it - we wish to help him and work with him/her and help ourselves 
ultimately. Try and understand, we are in desperate need of a free publishing 
software - and Scribus is the only option we have - a lot of our work and 
credibilty depends on it, as it is a basic tool. 


On Wednesday 15 Dec 2004 9:35 pm, Aniruddha Shankar wrote:
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> Craig Bradney wrote:
> |>:) sounds quite cloak and dagger.
> |
> | We have a large cupboard full of cloaks and daggers. :)
> *sigh*.
> In
> http://docs.scribus.net/index.php?lang=en&sm=setup&page=fonts3
> it says that "Indic Scripts are a much more difficult task, however, we
> have strong interest in supporting them. One Indian developer has been
> working with Scribus developers to modify the display canvas to fully
> support the special features needed to display and print them properly."
> Is it possible to work out some sort of (if necessary, anonymous)
> methods whereby we can collaborate with this developer ?
> Thanks
> Aniruddha "Karim" Shankar
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