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  • naga_ganesan
    Well known tamil e-group writers such as Dr. Rm. Krishnan, .... complain about pu (Ò)changing itself to mu(Ó). For example, puthiya becomes muthiya ! In
    Message 1 of 6 , Jul 5, 2003
      Well known tamil e-group writers such as Dr. Rm. Krishnan, ....
      complain about pu (Ò)changing itself to mu(Ó).
      For example, "puthiya" becomes "muthiya"!

      In some PCs I've Windows 98, ME & I don't have
      that problem (editor: e-kalappai, Foxed width font: TSCMylai)

      But in a m/c, where Windows XP is there, this problem
      of changing pu to mu while sending to e-groups
      is present.

      I could be wrong in pointing the cause.

      In what situations, this pu -> mu problem will be
      present? What are the steps to avoid this.

      You, experts' guidance will be appreciated by many
      who write in tscii fonts.

      Thanks,
      N. Ganesan
    • Umar
      Dear N.G.Aya, This problem happens only with Eudora 5.2. When any message is replayed, pu - mu problem happens with included original message. (both are
      Message 2 of 6 , Jul 5, 2003
        Dear N.G.Aya,

        This problem happens only with Eudora 5.2.
        When any message is replayed, pu -> mu problem happens
        with included original message. (both are adjacent
        letters in TSCII) A few people have already complained
        about this. I am looking into it.

        I will let you know as soon as I get a solution.

        Regards,
        Umar
        --- naga_ganesan <naga_ganesan@...> wrote:
        >
        > Well known tamil e-group writers such as Dr. Rm.
        > Krishnan, ....
        > complain about pu (�)changing itself to mu(�).
        > For example, "puthiya" becomes "muthiya"!
        >
        > In some PCs I've Windows 98, ME & I don't have
        > that problem (editor: e-kalappai, Foxed width font:
        > TSCMylai)
        >
        > But in a m/c, where Windows XP is there, this
        > problem
        > of changing pu to mu while sending to e-groups
        > is present.
        >
        > I could be wrong in pointing the cause.
        >
        > In what situations, this pu -> mu problem will be
        > present? What are the steps to avoid this.
        >
        > You, experts' guidance will be appreciated by many
        > who write in tscii fonts.
        >
        > Thanks,
        > N. Ganesan
        >
        >
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      • Umar
        Dear N.G.Aya, This problem happens only with Eudora 5.2. When any message is replayed, pu - mu problem happens with included original message. (both are
        Message 3 of 6 , Jul 5, 2003
          Dear N.G.Aya,

          This problem happens only with Eudora 5.2.
          When any message is replayed, pu -> mu problem happens with included original message. (both are adjacent letters in TSCII) A few people have already complained about this. I am looking into it.

          I will let you know as soon as I get the solution.

          ----- Original Message -----
          From: "naga_ganesan" <naga_ganesan@...>
          To: <tscii@yahoogroups.com>
          Sent: Saturday, July 05, 2003 4:25 PM
          Subject: [tscii] letter "pu" changing to "mu"


          >
          > Well known tamil e-group writers such as Dr. Rm. Krishnan, ....
          > complain about pu (Ò)changing itself to mu(Ó).
          > For example, "puthiya" becomes "muthiya"!
          >
          > In some PCs I've Windows 98, ME & I don't have
          > that problem (editor: e-kalappai, Foxed width font: TSCMylai)
          >
          > But in a m/c, where Windows XP is there, this problem
          > of changing pu to mu while sending to e-groups
          > is present.
          >
          > I could be wrong in pointing the cause.
          >
          > In what situations, this pu -> mu problem will be
          > present? What are the steps to avoid this.
          >
          > You, experts' guidance will be appreciated by many
          > who write in tscii fonts.
          >
          > Thanks,
          > N. Ganesan
          >
          >
          >
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        • Analai Thiru
          Žì¸õ the problem is those who r using Eudora 5.2 not in e-kalappai (not in eudora 5.1 too) am i rt? ... «ýÒ¼ý «É¨Ä ¾¢Õ ¸É¼¡Å¢Ä¢ÕóÐ
          Message 4 of 6 , Jul 5, 2003
            Žì¸õ

            the problem is those who r using Eudora 5.2 not in e-kalappai
            (not in eudora 5.1 too)

            am i rt?


            At 10:55 AM 7/5/03 +0000, you wrote:

            >Well known tamil e-group writers such as Dr. Rm. Krishnan, ....
            >complain about pu (Ó)changing itself to mu(Ó).
            >For example, "puthiya" becomes "muthiya"!
            >
            >In some PCs I've Windows 98, ME & I don't have
            >that problem (editor: e-kalappai, Foxed width font: TSCMylai)
            >
            >But in a m/c, where Windows XP is there, this problem
            >of changing pu to mu while sending to e-groups
            >is present.
            >
            >I could be wrong in pointing the cause.
            >
            >In what situations, this pu -> mu problem will be
            >present? What are the steps to avoid this.
            >
            >You, experts' guidance will be appreciated by many
            >who write in tscii fonts.
            >
            >Thanks,
            >N. Ganesan


            «ýÒ¼ý
            «É¨Ä ¾¢Õ
            ¸É¼¡Å¢Ä¢ÕóÐ
          • naga_ganesan
            ... «ýÒ ¯ÁÚ, Žì¸õ. ¿¡ý Å¢ñ§¼¡ÍXP + IE 6.0 ¯Ä¡Å¢¨Âô À¡Å¢ì¸¢§Èý. ±ÉìÌ Ô§¼¡Ã¡ ±ýÈ¡ø ±ýɦÅýÚ
            Message 5 of 6 , Jul 5, 2003
              --- In tscii@yahoogroups.com, Umar <csd_one@y...> wrote:
              > Dear N.G.Aya,
              >
              > This problem happens only with Eudora 5.2.
              > When any message is replayed, pu -> mu problem happens
              > with included original message. (both are adjacent
              > letters in TSCII) A few people have already complained
              > about this. I am looking into it.
              >
              > I will let you know as soon as I get a solution.
              >
              > Regards,
              > Umar

              «ýÒ ¯ÁÚ,

              Žì¸õ. ¿¡ý Å¢ñ§¼¡ÍXP + IE 6.0 ¯Ä¡Å¢¨Âô À¡Å¢ì¸¢§Èý.
              ±ÉìÌ Ô§¼¡Ã¡ ±ýÈ¡ø ±ýɦÅýÚ ¦¾Ã¢Â¡Ð.
              ±-¸Äô¨À, ܼ§Å TSCMylai («øÄÐ) TSCFixAvarangal
              ¯¾Å¢Â¡ø ÀÊ츢§Èý.

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              ¦ºö¾¢ «ÛôÀ¢É¡Öõ, ÁÚ¦Á¡Æ¢ ¾ÕÀÅ÷
              Ô§¼¡Ã¡ 5.2 À¡Å¢É¡ø «íÌûÇ "Ò" ±øÄ¡õ
              "Ó" ¬¸¢Å¢ÎÁ¡?

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              http://groups.yahoo.com/group/tamil-ulagam/message/22889

              «ýÒ¼ý,
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              > --- naga_ganesan <naga_ganesan@h...> wrote:
              > >
              > > Well known tamil e-group writers such as Dr. Rm.
              > > Krishnan, ....
              > > complain about pu (Ò)changing itself to mu(Ó).
              > > For example, "puthiya" becomes "muthiya"!
              > >
              > > In some PCs I've Windows 98, ME & I don't have
              > > that problem (editor: e-kalappai, Foxed width font:
              > > TSCMylai)
              > >
              > > But in a m/c, where Windows XP is there, this
              > > problem
              > > of changing pu to mu while sending to e-groups
              > > is present.
              > >
              > > I could be wrong in pointing the cause.
              > >
              > > In what situations, this pu -> mu problem will be
              > > present? What are the steps to avoid this.
              > >
              > > You, experts' guidance will be appreciated by many
              > > who write in tscii fonts.
              > >
              > > Thanks,
              > > N. Ganesan
              > >
              > >
              > >
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            • Umar
              ... �¡, ���� �Ȣ��������� �â���. �� ������ �����. ԧ��á 5.2 ��Ţ��� �ڦ��Ƣ �������, ���ڦ��¢� �������� �������ը��(������) ��Ģ� ���� ��š� �����.
              Message 6 of 6 , Jul 5, 2003
                >
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                >
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                > "�" ��������?
                >


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                �����������(�������) ������ ���� ����� �����. ������
                5.2 ������ ���������� ����� �������� �������.

                �����,
                ���


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