Type in Unicode
While posting something to the internet, it would be great to type in nepali font. But Nepali fonts like Preeti, Kantipur, Himalb aren't made for web use(however we do have workaround, they aren't feasible). You should be dependant on client to install such fonts on their home computer browsing the web or depend on online font which is not very bandwidth efficient. So to solve the problem we have unicode characters. Unicode characters are generalized characters designed to be used in web. You don't have that silly dependency with clients being on high bandwidth network or clients having fonts installed on their local computer. Seems like Unicode is the solution but problem is unicode is hard to type. One way to solve that problem is to use transliterals. Transliterals are like psuedo english like "ke cha ta halkhabar" that later on is translated to "के छ त हालखबर". Transliterals we used to call it nepanglish. This tool helps you to get going with unicode. This is easy solution for typing in nepali unicode or devnagari script. This tool only works when you are connected to internet. For offline use I suggest you to use google input tool. If you are not windows user you have to stick to online version of transliterals. Send me feedbacks here => firstname.lastname@example.org.