Sayamindu Dasgupta wrote:
> err... all that happens because in Windows OOo uses the Uniscribe engine
> of Microsoft (latest version of which has been released in 2004 Q4,
> IIRC). In Unix however, OOo uses ICU version 2.2 - which was released on
> 15th August 2002. So naturally, a lot of bugs are there in Unix OOo
I understand now. But as far I know OO uses it's own engine for
rendering scripts. I'm not sure as I never looked into it. I think both
Mozilla and OO uses their own system, because Mozilla never behave as it
should on Windows. You cannot type KhandaTa (with the old way) in
Mozilla on Windows.
> The only information I am interested in is - when an ekaar is attached
> to a cluster which follows a hyphen/dash - is the init feature applied
> to it ?
The attached picture is your answer. Hope you are happy with it.