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Re: [tise-devel] Extending TISE to input of Sanskrit (Devanagari & Romanized)?
By design Tise is able to transform any combinations of key strokes into
any Unicode sequences - so it is possible to support various input
schemes for any language that is covered by Unicode.
It is just a question of having enough time (and enough motivation),
rather than a technical one.
Just a question, and at the same time an "opinion poll" directed at
other list members:
Do you think it would make sense to extend TISE to support also input of
Sanskrit in Devanagari script or Latin transliteration?
The problem with Sanskrit is basically the same as with Tibetan Unicode:
prospective users of Keyman keyboards that have been available for free
so far, are now required to purchase a license for Keyman.
Peter E. Hauer