cssetzer at MUM.EDU
Fri Feb 20 21:09:05 UTC 1998
Windows 95 itself should have nothing to do with fonts, although some
software reportedly is less than compatible with some fonts. Evidently some
font generators do not completely follow the standards and have problems
when software goes to new version. I have used several different fonts on
several different versions of word processors, and have not noticed any
My favorite software is Ralph Bunker's Vedatype, which has a fast and
efficient stand alone version and also can support Microsoft word for slower
typing but fancier text. It also can support a wide variety of fonts, when
trained. Including Peter Freund's excellent devanagari font with over a
thousand character pieces, transliteration, etc. He has experimental
mappings for Telegu and Tamil fonts.
From: Lars Martin Fosse <lmfosse at ONLINE.NO>
To: INDOLOGY at LISTSERV.LIV.AC.UK <INDOLOGY at LISTSERV.LIV.AC.UK>
Date: Friday, February 20, 1998 10:45 AM
Subject: Windows 95
>Dear members of the honorable net!
>I am - finally - considering upgrading from Windows 3.1 to Windows 95.
>Have any of you had problems with romanized fonts (or other Indologically
>relevant fonts) in connection with such an operation?
>Lars Martin Fosse
>Dr.art. Lars Martin Fosse
>Haugerudvn. 76, Leil. 114,
>Tel: +47 22 32 12 19
>Fax: +47 22 32 12 19
>Email: lmfosse at online.no
>Mobile phone: 90 91 91 45
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