Characters written in Nepali Unicode in Microsoft Word can now be converted directly to other Nepali fonts
Letters written in Nepali Unicode in Microsoft Word can now be converted directly to other Nepali fonts.
Integrated ICT Pvt. Ltd. is developing a psych plugin that can now convert Nepali characters written in Unicode in Microsoft Word directly to other Nepali fonts.
After downloading and installing the plugin, the characters written in Nepali Unicode can be converted into 12 Nepali fonts, said Virodh Rijal, CEO of Integrated ICT Pvt.
The Psych plugin will have 2 features for checking accuracy and converting fonts. The word is spelled incorrectly.
Initially, when installing Psyche, you can choose which features you want to keep in Microsoft Word. Rijal said that it will be made public in Microsoft Word within a month.
According to him, the plugin now has Priti, Unicode, Aakriti, Alekh, Ganesh, Himalbi Kantipur, Navjivan, PCS, Sangrila, Srinath and Samudacharya fonts.
Nepali Unicode characters can be converted to these 12 fonts and these 12 fonts can be converted to Unicode. Rijal said that if anyone needs fonts other than these, they will add more as needed.
He said that this facility can be provided free of cost for one year after it is made public and then a small fee will be charged.
“We want to give as much as we can for free,” Rizal told ICT News. “We can do it for free with help from the government or elsewhere.” But more and more users are coming and spending more on hardware, so you have to shut down or operate for a fee. ‘
In addition, you can take advantage of Pure Wisdom, Nepali Typing, Font Conversion and Vocabulary from Saik Sajilo Nepali (Hijjai.com) developed by the company.