(Xe)(La)TeX, (L)Edmac, and Velthuis query

Dominik Wujastyk wujastyk at GMAIL.COM
Tue Jul 6 19:00:29 UTC 2010

Now this really does seem like magic.  By changing the single command

   - \setdefaultlanguage{sanskrit}


   - \setdefaultlanguage{english}

the mini-edition that was in Nāgarī now appears in roman transliteration.
It's pretty astonishing.

Of course, it isn't the language that's changing, just the writing system.
So the command should be something like \setdefaultscript rather than
...language.  But never mind that, for the time being.  It's a proof of

For an image of this, see,



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