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- Microsoft Indic Language Input Tool for Telugu
Microsoft Indic Language Input Tool for Telugu
Type Telugu characters with standard QWERTY keyboards using the phonetic method of inputting combinations of English sounds that sound the same as the pronunciation of the characters. Backward translation from Telugu is possible by switching the program's function.
Microsoft Indic Language Input Tool for Telugu 22.214.171.1240 is available as a free download on our software library. The most popular version of the tool is 1.0. The program lies within System Utilities, more precisely Fonts. The actual developer of the free program is Microsoft. IndicConfig.exe, IndicUpdateManager.exe or TransliterationServer.exe are the default file names to indicate this program's installer.
From the developer:
The program can input Telugu characters by typing English that sound the same as the words you need. The language bar in Windows will be shown after the installation is complete. This can be used to shift from English to Telugu and back. Any text editor can accept the Telugu characters using this method.
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Recently I have downloaded the Telugu Indic Input 3 software for typing Telugu script. It is quite convenient and clear. My thanks to you for the same. It is highly appreciable.
I seek some clarifications regarding some letters, which I was not able to get through English letter combinations.
1. How do we write jnaanamu, vijnanamu. I tried several combinations as per your user guide. How to type anunasikas and combination of anunasikas?
2. The letter I used for typing anuswara, is not fully operative all the time. It works sometimes and doesn't work sometimes. Alternatively, I am using shift ^ for typing anuswara, is it ok, or do we have any other way.
Please clarify the two points above.
Dr. Anantha Raman.M.N.