[Scribus] The Indian state of Kerala (and Scribus?) (Duleep Samuel) Scribus Digest, Vol 45, Issue 18
Wed Nov 8 06:33:26 CET 2006
Whatever said and done, we in India, and perhaps, most part of Asia, will
definitely need fonts at least in the major languages. A good percentage in
India do not use English at all. This is a reality.
On 11/8/06, Tom Hicks <tom at hicks.f2s.com> wrote:
> In message <a0bf33d50611070139y1e9da18ar201edf3246a6a5f0 at mail.gmail.co
> "Duleep Samuel" <dksamuel at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Malayalam is Kerala's language
> > and most DTP work will be in Malayalam language.
> > First point I do know but second I disagree, I am talking about
> > percentage of users who will be using Scribus for DTP (not word
> > processing), regards Samuel
> I just think that it would be foolish to think that in school, that
> all of it will be done in english. At least some of the work, e.g.
> poster production, school brochers will need to be in native language
> (or bilingual)
> > On 11/7/06, Sunil Kumar <mbsunilkumar at yahoo.com> wrote:
> >> "While it is good to have non western fonts, in my opinion all DTP in
> >> India will be in English only, Samuel India"
> >> I completely disagree with Samuel. Malayalam is Kerala's language and
> >> DTP work will be in Malayalam language.
> >> I am a SCRIBUS user waiting for malayalam unicode/ISFOC font support!
> >> Regards,
> >> -S-
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