Compatible Font for Macs and PCs...
mnstorm at MAC.COM
Sat Nov 29 08:19:26 UTC 2008
Yes, I tried Gandhari Unicode and it won't work. I think the problem
is OS X, but that has now been out on the market for a while. . . so
somebody has surely tackled this problem for Macs.
On 29-Nov-08, at 1:14 PM, Valerie J Roebuck wrote:
> Are you sure? I tried Gandhari Unicode when trying to process some
> documents on my husband's Mac with OS X , and I couldn't even get it
> to produce a lower case anusvAra M. (When I used the thing that's
> supposed to let you find non-standard characters, it put in a rather
> messy upper case one instead). I would like to know this, because I
> have been happily using the Norman fonts on my ancient Mac Classic
> for many years, with Pop Char for when I need to find a particularly
> obscure character, and am dreading the day (surely not far off) when
> I have to get a modern Mac with OS X.
> Valerie J Roebuck
> At 10:22 pm -0800 28/11/08, Andrew Glass wrote:
>> Dear Mary,
>> The Gandhari Unicode font has all the signs you will need. It also
>> works well on a MacBook when using a modern word processor like
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