That is it! It works for Manorama too, now. Thanks James, Arun and Deepak
and to the Linux Almighty. Thanks, folks..
Iam becoming a true proponent of FSF now..(Anyhow, I am not a convert, may
be I would like to call my self an unbiased onlooker).
Hats of to the team at SPACE.. Keep the good work.
On 4/21/06, james mathew <james.infidel(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Also note that you have to run the command 'fc-cache' each time you copy a
> new font to the .fonts directory.
> On 21/04/06, Raveendranathan Kalathil Chellappan <rav.nathan(a)gmail.com>
> > DEar Arun/Deepak/Groupmembers,
> > Exciting! I got it right: Go to the View menu after opeing the
> > MAthrubhumi homepage and choose Western (Windows-1252) for Character
> > encoding. It works!
> > Thanks for the initial grip..
> > Regards,
> > Raveendranathan
> HASTA LA VICTORIA SIEMPRE!
Govt Engg College Bartonhill
James should be able to answer this.
> Dear Arun,
> I did that. But it still didn't work for the Matweb.ttf (default font for
> Did I have to change any settings when I open the Mathrubhumi homepage in
> I tried several options in "View", but it didn't work.
> Incidently, the Padma extension is no more available! (from 21/04/06).
> Thanks any way Arun..
> With best regards,
Install malyalam ttf font. In debian issue this as root
apt-get install ttf-malyalam-fonts
Then launch firefox and go to tools-extensions-Get_More_Extensions.
Search and install the extension named "Padma"
Restart firefox and check a malayalam site. (ml.wikipedia.org)
On 4/19/06, Raveendranathan Kalathil Chellappan <rav.nathan(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Deepak/Any One..
> How to do that?
> Even in MS Windows it is not possible with Firefox..