Hans Hagen (email@example.com) wrote:
Can you take a look at:
and see what we can use?
Well, I definitely cannot qualify as Sanskrit user, at least not for Devanagari script (I'm only familiar with Western transliteration), but I took a look on one of the fonts and loaded in into pfaedit.
As far as I can see it's a TeX font with custom encoding ie. Devanagari letters are not on their Unicode positions.
I'm not an expert in changing font encodings, so I don't know whether it's possible, or at least, how much work it takes to transform the font into Unicode font.
OTOH, I have another Sanskrit font which I downloaded few days ago. It's a full Unicode font and it has Devanagari letters on their proper places.
So, I assume we need a font with the Unicode encoding (if we are going utf-8 path), but let the other experts (like Richard) tell their opinion.