[INDOLOGY] Best way to type Sanskrit in Windows?

Birgit Kellner kellner at asia-europe.uni-heidelberg.de
Sun Oct 4 08:48:51 UTC 2015

It's a few years back that I used Windows, but the software Keyman
(Tavultesoft) is quite helpful for creating customized keyboard input.

There is a bundle of Andrew Glass's Gandhari Unicode font together with
the Keyman Desktop software:

Hope this helps, Birgit Kellner

Am 04.10.2015 um 10:00 schrieb Rolf Heinrich Koch:
> Yes, there are now many ways for Windows OS Input diacritica just by one
> klick
> all over your apps - not only word.
> For example:
> You write a very small AUTOHOTKEY script
> Finally you will get an .exe-file.
> This one you can use as well with Word or with your browser - just in
> any prog or app on your system.
> Heiner
> www.rolfheinrichkoch.wordpress.com
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