Pali and Sanskrit Input

Romanized Pali and Sanskrit input methods

How to use the left Winkey to input Romanized Sanskrit and Pali in Linux

Modified from this page

Test in US keyborad setting.

How to input Romanized Pali and Sanskrit (letters with diacritic marks) in LibreOffice4.2+ in Linux

1. Download the attached zip file
2. unzip (become a folder named user)
3. move and overwrite the folder /home/USER_NAME*/.config/libreoffice/4/

Use Latvian Language for Pali OCR

There is no Pali OCR software. Usually we choose English for those texts containing romanized Pali and Sanskrit. The outcome: all diacritical marks are lost.

How to use fcitx/iBus to input Romanized Pali and Sanskrit in Ubuntu

Updated on May 6, 2014 for Ubuntu 14.04

If you use fcitx input, you can install fcitx-m17n

sudo apt-get install fcitx-m17n

How to input Romanized Pali and Sanskrit (letters with diacritic marks) in LibreOffice3.5 in Ubuntu

For LibreOffice 4, please visit: http://thanhsiang.org/faqing/node/203

1. Download the attached zip file
2. unzip
3. move and overwrite the folder /home/USER_NAME*/.config/libreoffice

How to input Romanized Pali and Sanskrit (letters with diacritic marks) in Openoffice.org 3.2 in Linux and Windows

Openoffice.org 3.2 comes with two useful features:

  1. Alt keys can be used as shortcut keys.
  2. Open type fonts (otf) support

How to use IBus to type Romanized Pali and Sanskrit in Ubuntu 9.10

Ubuntu 9.10 changed input method from scim to IBus. IBus is more flexible and powerful than scim.

Setp 1: Enable IBus
Form Menue, System -->Administration -->Lanuage Support

How to input/type Romanized Pali and Sanskrit in Openoffice/LibreOffice

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