Do you have the World Ready Paragraph Composer turned on?
Yes i had already turned on world ready paragraph composer turned on
and even i had default in prefrence also,
i had even tools>script>indic script run,
actual i had installed third parth
summit indica script from
software, it is work perfect in microsoft word, coreldraw and other apps
but not work in idDesign CC
but when i use hanant jont laters not type but single later can type very well.
is there any setting??
I have no personal experience with indic scripts, but we do have a regular contributor who knows a lot about this stuff, so let's wait and see if he chimes in.
While we wait for Joel Cherney (the "regular contributor who knows a lot about this stuff") can you tell us what font are you using? Can you post a sample so we can test it?
this font can run with small dot net base programe, when program run and select keyboard type and type inscript or pnonetic entry,
Indica Unicode | Summit this is software link.
this programmed can run very well in ms office and coreldraw x6,
only problem is in indesign CC full later is type verywell but half later(halant or joint later in devnagri) not type when software want to replace later it is disapear( when halant key or jont later use software will replace that laters in joint laters problem is only with joints laters which can replace by software)
i testedd win8 devnagri incript gujarati keyboard with shruti font it runs verywell,
but not run this software this software can run in ms ofice and corel x6 very well. in win 8
hope it can solve
and thanks for your team effort.
Have you tried with Adobe Devanagari that comes with Indesign CC.
yes adobe devnagari is runnig verywell,
it is running ok.
actually i got summit indica software version is not computable with windows 8 so i will got latest software cd tomorrow so,
now it is not problem of indesign cc because Microsoft keyboard running well, but it is problem of typing software that i used,
i will update tomorrow when i got latest typing softwear cd.
thanks for your answers.
Sorry for being late to the party ;|
I am willing to bet that, assuming that the typing software is made correctly, that it's a problem with the default OpenType settings in InDesign. I encounter that when working with Nepali all the time (and I see Nepali far more often than Gujarati, on account of the kinds of clients I have). But if you can't get it to work, post in this thread again, and I'll download the fonts and investigate the typing software. Many languages are facing this right now- they're trying to make Unicode-compliant fonts work with old keyboard software, and it's harder than anyone would have thought.