Sven Sellmer sellmers at gmx.de
Sat May 18 17:40:27 UTC 2013

PS. I should add as a warning that in OSX 10.8 a serious bug appeared: the combination -rha- is no longer handled correctly in devanagari. So, if you want to type arhati [alt+a, r, f, h, t, i], you get arheti. I have already reported the problem to Apple some time ago, and they claim to be working on it.

Am 18.05.2013 um 19:32 schrieb Sven Sellmer <sellmers at gmx.de>:

> Dear Patrick,
> when in TextEdit:
> 1. choose cmd + T
> 2. go to typography via the gearwheel (down left)
> 3. open "ligatures"
> 4. now you may choose between different options.
> Best wishes,
> Sven
> Am 18.05.2013 um 19:13 schrieb Patrick Olivelle <jpo at uts.cc.utexas.edu>:
>> Friends:
>> Hope someone can help me. Using pages from many months, I have been able to produce uncommon Devanāgarī ligatures by going to "Typography" and invoking the uncommon ligature feature. I think -- and here my memory fails me -- I did it by first going to "Show Character Viewer" and the pressing the "Star" key at the top left. But now when I do this, it simply gives me the option of character sizes. Hope someone out there knows how to get to the uncommon ligatures feature, available both on Pages and TextEdit.
>> Thanks.
>> Patrick
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