I wonder if anyone has or can try displaying Sanskrit using Illustrator - Creative Cloud? To reiterate the request as clarification for others, we are trying to display specific Sanskrit text in any version of Illustrator with all the diacritical marks that exactly match an Internet source. So we are comparing the same text we refer to the Sanskrit in this example :.
How to Type Transliterated Sanskrit with Diacritics in Mac OSX
Notice Adobe Devanagari was assigned by default. It works also with Sanskrit that seems to be the font used in the sample online. You are the man. I have also tried typing the correct sanskrit spelling using the adobe avalaible fonts but none of them are accurate. I also tried using google input to type; this was very accurate to gain the spellling but yet again pasting it onto photoshop doesn't work.
Hindi Sanskrit Font
Please type your message and try again. This content has been marked as final. Show 8 replies. I am having exactly the same problem — on Mac using CS6 Ilustrator. So what exactly was the solution? Moving to CC where "indic options" are available? Go to original post. Retrieving data Might you be using an older operating system? Really having a tough time to figure out the answer.
Maybe you know about it? When instaling it have the copywrite version says in the especification that there is the latin 1 supplement that covers those characters. Then, the font chages to Helvetica, for example. At first I thought that the font didnt had those characters, then that was why it was changing font. But I figure out, that is not true. The reason is that I opened a text already writen by another person, using DV1-TTGanesh, and those letters compose of 2 things, are nicely in the correct font, the same!
So, meanwhile I have to copy the letter I need and paste everytime from a document to another. So… my question is… where are those letters?
I use the keyboard screen display but there are not there. There are just showing the elements separetly. The problem is that you have to go to the effort of inputting all of the most common words you use, which is quite time consuming in the beginning. And in the case of Sanskrit with the rules of Sandhi , it might not be practical at all! I downgraded for Sierra for system compatibility purposes. There it was already there and I used it.
Plz help. And no, i cannot go back up to Sierra. My device becomes very slow, upon upgrading. Wonder if anyone else has experienced this problem or perhaps my input sequence is incorrect? I just activated it and will now play around with it! What program have you tried that in? Hi There I am using the Hindi transliteration tool on my Mac. In the regular Text Edit the system is working fine.
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I do not know if this is a settings issue or something else. Can you help me with this please.
How to Type Transliterated Sanskrit with Diacritics in Mac OSX (Video + PDF)
Thanks Prem Aman. Thanks for your message. Hopefully, Adobe will fix that in the future! Hope by now you must have figured out how to type Hindi correctly in applications like Photoshop, etc… You can use the Devanagari fonts available in Google font. Type the text using transliteration. If you find that the conjuncts sanyuktakshar are not appearing correctly, then select all the text and in the context menu of Paragraph palette choose Middle Eastern and South Asian Layout.
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Hope this will be useful. Thanks and regards. Why do I get question marks in Devanagari keyboards? I have Mac OS Mojave v. With Devanagari Qwerty I get 9 question marks; with shift more!
Hi Everyone, I am new to Mac.