Telugu

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Telugu, a Dravidian language of southern India with its own alphabet, is supported on the Simputer with fonts, keyboard layout, handwriting recognition, and text-to-speech conversion.

[IndLinux] is working on a Telugu distribution of Linux. Several Free Telugu fonts are readily available, including the Ankur fonts and Code2000. Telugu uses an INSCRIPT keyboard.

If you would like to help with Localization, this is a wiki with computer terms and their equivalent in Telugu: [1]

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