CSX+ fonts & cross-platform email exchange

John Smith jds10 at CAM.AC.UK
Mon Jun 14 11:52:35 UTC 1999

On Mon, 14 Jun 1999, Jan wrote:

> ...

> just some questions:
> what is CDAC?

Centre for the Development of Advanced Computing, located in Pune, India.
They produce (among other things) high-quality Indian-language software
(especially word-processors). Have a look at
For some reason the list of Word Processing/Publishing Products given
there doesn't contain anything about their current product, iLeap; for
this, go to http://www.cdac.org.in/html/gist/ileap1.htm.

> is it availl. for mac?


> anyone out there with experience of the indianlangkit for mac? (and is
> there a difference between the build in kit in OS 8.5 and the langkit?)

I can't answer this one.

> includes the Bengali all Assamese letters?

The CDAC software treats Assamese completely separately from Bengali, so
presumably the anser here is "yes".

John Smith

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