[kde-edu]: KHangMan and Arabic Script

Sabine Emmy Eller s.eller at voxhumanitatis.org
Sun Nov 29 21:06:35 CET 2009

Hmmm ... that's odd - since utf-8 is utf-8

Ok - I will now try to get Udmurt with Cyrillic script and then I will try
with an Indian language (Tamil). Eventually Greek as well.

I could imagine it to be a problem of right to left handling ... maybe I
should go for Hebrew as well if the others work fine. I know for a fact that
special chars like the special n used in Joola (dyo) work fine.

Thank you Jeremy for the feedback!


On Sun, Nov 29, 2009 at 8:14 PM, Jeremy Bicha <jeremy at bicha.net> wrote:

> It doesn't look like KHangMan supports Arabic scripts. I wasn't able to get
> the file to work here either through copying and pasting or typing directly.
> Jeremy
> On Sun, Nov 29, 2009 at 8:45 PM, Sabine Emmy Eller <
> s.eller at voxhumanitatis.org> wrote:
>> Hi, today I prepared some other KHangMan files: for Sorani Kurdish (with
>> Arabic Script) and hints are in English.
>> The package can be downloaded here:
>> http://www.voxhumanitatis.org/content/khangmanckbeng-100
>> I opened the file (animals) with KHangMan and the number of characters
>> shown is indeed the number of characters the word has in Sorani Kurdish.
>> Then I tried to enter some chars (with Keyboard setting on Persian and on
>> Arabic): it was not possible to write any char. I then tried to add the
>> chars by copying and pasting them: no way.
>> Could someone else please try out? Maybe we have some people who deal with
>> Arabic Script on a daily basis in one of these two lists?
>> Thank you!
>> Sabine
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