UNICODE FONT HELP
FOR deivatamil READERS
1. Can you tell me the name of the font deivatamil uses for its web pages?
deivatamil is using ‘TheneeUniTx’ Unicode font.
2. Do I need to install the font to view deivatamil?
Not necessary. Since we are using dynamic fonts they will be automatically downloaded to enable you to view the fonts clearly while browsing through our website. But, our Thamizh pages were designed with TheneeUniTx font, and if you want to view the pages perfectly, u need to download and install the font to your windows -> fonts folder.
3. What browsers do I need to view Unicode Tamil WebPages?
deivatamil pages are designed and tested with Google chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, epic and ie browser compatibility.
If you are running Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and you are using either of the following browsers:
Internet Explorer version 6.0 and later versions
Opera version 6.0 and later
Mozilla Firefox version 1.0.5 and later
Netscape Navigator version 4.5 or a later version, but not version 6.0.
If you are running MacOS, you are using Netscape Navigator 4.5 or later (but not version 6)
If you are running Linux, you are running Netscape Navigator version 4.5 or later (but not version 6).
4. I am using the above said browsers and platforms. But still I’m unable to view your site. What can I do?
Make sure whether you are using correct encoding format. To do this,
(a) In Internet Explorer
Click on View menu >> Encoding >> More >> Unicode (UTF-8)
(b) In Opera
Click on View menu >> Encoding >> Unicode >> UTF-8
(c) In Mozilla Firefox,
Click on View menu >> Character Encoding >> Unicode (UTF-8).
(d) In Netscape Navigator,
Click on View menu >> Character Encoding >> More Encoding >> Unicode >> Unicode (UTF-8).
5. I have done all these. Yet, I am unable to view the pages. What do I do?
Installing unicode TheneeUniTx font might solve your problem.
You can download the font here… Download TheneeUniTx Unicode Font