Posted on Friday, July 8th, 2011 at 3:32 am.
Slides used for a technical session at Commits
Media College, Bangalore on 6th July 2011
Additional Reference links:-
A Day Without Media – http://bit.ly/qRDEaD
15 Terrific TED Talks for New Media
Students – http://bit.ly/pbZ47n Nine top tips for Media Studies students - http://bit.ly/rkNd2k
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Posted on Thursday, April 21st, 2011 at 8:33 am.
Many seems to be still searching how to read
Kannada on your Android phones. Lack of support for Indic language still troubles many of us who like to read and write in Indian languages.
Here is a quick how-to for your reference.
Search and Install Opera Mini on Android market
Or use this QR code
Open opera browser on your phone and type
about:config in url bar and then press go Scroll down until you see the setting
Use bitmap fonts for complex scripts Change its value to yes and save
Now you should be able to read Kannada on Android
This setting will make the Opera Mini to render the page on server side and then deliver it. Hence even though your phone doesn’t have Unicode fonts or rendering capability, you can still read it.
Writing in Kannada is still not possible as of today. But its not impossible. If you dare to root your Android phone and hack into the code available out there for input methods can make it work.
Posted on Wednesday, August 18th, 2010 at 11:22 pm.
Reading Kananda magazine on firefox was made possible through a plugin earlier by Sunil Jayaprakash. He is out with an Apple iPhone application for the same. This application is now approved by Apple and has been made available at Apple App Store for free. Promotional Video: Snapshot of the app on iPhone: Kudo’s to Sunil [...]