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Google Input Tools: Typing many Languages with ease in Windows

This post shows you how to type many languages with ease. If you know how to pronounce, then you can type.

For example, if you know Malayalam, then you can type it in just how it sounds in english(Manglish).

Ente veedu itha എന്‍റെ വീട്‌ ഇതാ

Now let me show how to work with Hindi

 mera nam ajeeb hum मेरा नाम अजीब हुं .


 Go to Google Input Tool

Now select from available languages and download it.

After installation you will see some thing like this in Taskbar

Now you select one of your language. I am familiar with only these four. You can have even more.

You can use Ctrl + J to Toggle between two Languages

Select your language and type. That's it. It is supported in almost any applications (except some versions of Adobe Photoshop, as my friend told me).

 If you find it difficult to type some thing you may click on the keyboard symbol show and click on any symbols.

 for example when i typed hum हु  after typing hu i used the keyboard and clicked on symbol.

Use the Input tools online (Also work for Linux)

If you are not using Windows. It may be your choice. It makes you easy.
Go to linke below and type

Then copy and past it to some where you want to do.

How to Type Malayalam in Linux

Visit my friends blog

Ashik Sp's Malayalam Typing

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