Unicode to Preeti Converter

The characters generally found in the web is not generally directly copyable to your desktop based applications like pagemaker, word.. Clever attempt to copy the text might lead to sequence of unmeaningful character blocks. This is because web use different encoding system to represent the characters, called Unicode. Unicode are good for web publications since it works for every web user's browser. Unicode is a single common font and you cannot change text in unicode to different fonts as you could have done with text typed in preety and other local ascii based fonts. Inorder to make unicode editable or copyable firstly the main thing to be done is a simple mapping from unicode characters to ASCII characters refering to certain font (in this case preeti). And here is my mapping tool that does the conversion job from unicode to devnagari font named "Preeti". Inorder to convert unicode to preeti, type or copy the unicode in first box then press the convert button to convert it to preeti font. The box on the left is for you to paste the unicode text and the box on the right will be holding the text converted after you have pressed the convert button. If converted text on the right box shows you some randomly typed english alphabets that means you don't have preeti font installed on your computer. You can download and install the preeti font from the web and that should do the job. If there are somesort of mismapping going on, do remember to mail me here codegluttoners@gmail.com

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