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All the test below require a Unicode enabled computer. See [[Tibetan Unicode Installation]] for more information.
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==Web browser test==
 
==Web browser test==
 
The following text is Tibetan Unicode - if your installation is supporting Unicode, the display should match the picture below:<br><br>
 
The following text is Tibetan Unicode - if your installation is supporting Unicode, the display should match the picture below:<br><br>
  
<font size=6>ཨོཾ་ཨཱཿཧཱུྂ་བཛྲ་གུ་རུ་པདྨ་སིདྡྷི་ཧཱུྂ༔</font><br>
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<font size=6>ཨོཾ་ཨཱཿཧཱུྂ་བཛྲ་གུ་རུ་པདྨ་སིདྡྷི་ཧཱུྂ༔</font><br><br>
  
 
The Unicode text above should resemble the image below:
 
The Unicode text above should resemble the image below:
  
 
[[Image:Vajragurusample.jpg]]
 
[[Image:Vajragurusample.jpg]]
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Note that you can copy to the first mantra as text into the clipboard. By pasting the text into a Unicode aware application you can modify the text. The second mantra is simply an image and cannot be modified.
  
 
Things that can go wrong are:  
 
Things that can go wrong are:  
* you don't have a Tibetan Unicode font installed - only garbage is displayed: Install a [[Tibetan Font]].
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* you don't have a Tibetan Unicode font installed - only garbage is displayed: Install a [[Tibetan Fonts]].
* You see Tibetan letters, but the stacks do not display correctly and seem to be smashed - you need to install support for complex scripts as descript in
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* You see Tibetan letters, but the stacks do not display correctly and seem to be smashed - you need to install support for complex scripts as described in

Revision as of 05:01, 4 December 2006

All the test below require a Unicode enabled computer. See Tibetan Unicode Installation for more information.

Web browser test

The following text is Tibetan Unicode - if your installation is supporting Unicode, the display should match the picture below:

ཨོཾ་ཨཱཿཧཱུྂ་བཛྲ་གུ་རུ་པདྨ་སིདྡྷི་ཧཱུྂ༔

The Unicode text above should resemble the image below:

Vajragurusample.jpg

Note that you can copy to the first mantra as text into the clipboard. By pasting the text into a Unicode aware application you can modify the text. The second mantra is simply an image and cannot be modified.

Things that can go wrong are:

  • you don't have a Tibetan Unicode font installed - only garbage is displayed: Install a Tibetan Fonts.
  • You see Tibetan letters, but the stacks do not display correctly and seem to be smashed - you need to install support for complex scripts as described in