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    Cool All about Microsoft Indic Language Input Tool

    Now a days we feel that for many languages like Hindi, entering text on PC is difficult. And there are many products and tools in market out there today through which we can enter text in hindi by any translation widget. But most products have some barrier – e.g. some require users to know a fixed transliteration scheme; some others allow free form transliteration, but work only on webpages etc.

    But Microsoft peoples has made their efforts to create a tool that can bring translations to the desktop such that it can be used to enter text in any application on the PC, and that is a key focus of the Indic Language Input Tool.





    Currently it support six languages – Bengali, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu.



    By using this tool you can enter text in Indic language in any webpages, Take an example below.







    You can download this tool in two different versions through Indic Language tool Homepage.






    Some FAQ regarding Indic Language tool.


    Q1 : How to Install Web version ?
    Ans :

    • Select Language.
    • click on Install Web version Button .
    • Follow the instructions according to your browser.


    • Internet Explorer.
      • Right-click on the language name above and select Add to Favorites…
      • Click Yes on the security alert dialog.
      • On IE8: Select Favorites Bar from the Create in drop down.
      • On IE7 or IE6: Select Links from the Create in drop down. Make sure the Links
      • toolbar is visible.
      • Click OK.

    • Mozilla Firefox
      • Drag the language name above to the Bookmarks toolbar.

    • Safari
      • Drag the language name above to the Bookmarks toolbar.

    • Google Chrome
      • Make sure the Bookmarks toolbar is visible.
      • Drag the language name above to the Bookmarks toolbar.

    • Opera
      • Right-click on the language name above and select Bookmark Link…
        Click OK on the Add Bookmark dialog.





    Q2 : How to install Desktop version ?

    Ans :

    • Select Language.
    • Click on Install desktop version.
    • Click on Install button and download the Setup.



    Q3 : How to use it on desktop application.

    Ans :
    Do the following to use Microsoft ILIT in any application, such as Microsoft Wordpad or Windows Live messenger.

    • Open the application in which you would like to enter Indic text.
    • Change the language using the language bar, which typically appears in the taskbar as follows. Language Bar
    • You can now start typing in English and whatever you type automatically gets transliterated after a word-breaking character like a space, comma, etc. is entered.
    • Note that this language setting is per application. You may have to repeat the steps above for each application you want to use







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    Source : WinSpark.net

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    hehe... me too did a post on this.

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    manekari: Nice detailed post! Thanks.

    iMav: Like the last line in your post

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyAndyK View Post
    iMav: Like the last line in your post
    me 2 ....

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    nice one.........

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    Nice one. Now will they come up with one in Manx please

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    बस इस्तेमाल कर के देख रहा हू ! बहुत अछा है और अछि बात यह है की सारे ब्रौसेर सपोर्ट करता है

    शेर करने के लिए धन्यवाद

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    Quote Originally Posted by riteshtechie View Post
    बस इस्तेमाल कर के देख रहा हू ! बहुत अछा है और अछि बात यह है की सारे ब्रौसेर सपोर्ट करता है

    शेर करने के लिए धन्यवाद
    Google translation:

    'm Just looking to use! The thing is very Achha and Achi does support all Brusser

    Thanks to Tiger
    Try to figure out that translation into my native language

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    Quote Originally Posted by leofelix View Post
    Google translation:

    Try to figure out that translation into my native language
    there are some mistakes in ritesh's conversion......

    its not Tiger, it is SHARE......and that brusser is BROWSER, ACHHA is GOOD....

    I work better then Google Translator .....

    Thanks Rahul for the detailed post very helpful for many users !!

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    but the sad thing is that it runs with Microsoft apps only.........did any one tried it in GTalk or Yahoo Messenger, it didn't worked for me...

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