Difference between revisions of "Simple guide"
m (→mollana - the simple guide)
|Line 1:||Line 1:|
== mollana -
== mollana - simple guide ==
simple guide for getting started with
== setup ==
== setup ==
Revision as of 08:56, 8 April 2014
mollana - a simple guide
This is simple guide for getting started with roman transliteration rules in Mollana. Hope this gets you up and writing Urdu in no time...
Download and install mollana for Windows
consists of editor pane you type and edit text in it unicode view pane provides non-editable view of the translated unicode text
how it works
you type roman text (plain english alphabets, ASCII characters) in Editor pane which is converted using predefined mapping rules to urdu unicode text and gets displayed in Unicode View pane in realtime
For a large number of reasons. To enumerate a few...
- You reuse your typing skills for roman text to type Urdu
- No need worry about mixed LTR to RTL text editing nightmare
- Ligature/Haraqat editing is simplified, as there is no overlap of characters as is in the displayed glyph
urdu script mapping
the mapping rules and design was mainly designed and insspired with reference to the book Urdu For All - An Introduction to Urdu Script by Roop Krishen Bhat
The following lessons will guide will you through the mapping rules between the roman characters and the corresponding Unicode Urdu characters with progressive approach every lesson building on the previous lesson